Monday, December 15, 2008

Introducing... Moose Mondays!

I always seem to have an abundance of cute, hilarious, adorable, and/or sometimes degrading pictures of the Moose. I have also gotten some negative feedback on my lack of blogging lately. (and by negative feedback, I mean Erika yelling at me.) So to remind myself to blog at least once a week, I'm starting a new feature... MOOSE MONDAYS!! (I'm fully aware it's Wednesday, but I just figured out you can back date posts, so look at the top... it says Monday!)

Every Monday I will be posting a new picture of him. I figured I would start off with a doozy. This is a picture that was sent to me by Alex a couple weeks ago while I was at work. When we're gone we keep him cooped up in the kitchen so he will stay out of mischief. Well she had gotten home and apparently someone left the pantry door open. All hopes of Moose staying out of mischief go out the window when he has full access to a smorgasbord of things to explore in the pantry. (yep, I just used "smorgasbord" in a blog post, you know you liked it.)
Uh huh, he had himself a little pantry party. He ripped up boxes of coke, big red (feel free to make fun of me... I know you're going to, but I swear I'm not the only one that likes big red... they wouldn't still be in production from my purchases alone!!), he tore apart the boxes that had the foil, saran wrap, and wax paper (this is really fun, because without the boxes with the little teeth, we now have to cut the saran wrap with scissors. Awesome.) and ate a few jalapeno tortillas. The tortillas upset his little tummy which I thought was hilarious karma in full force until I was cleaning throw up off the couch. Not. Cool.

The most fun part of this whole experience is that Alex thought it was so funny and wanted to take a picture with him in the middle of it to send to me at work. Notice how you can't see his tail in the picture? That's because it was wagging too fast. Why would he be wagging his tail when he was in trouble you ask? Well, that's because Alex was holding up a TREAT! So instead of being scolded, he was rewarded. So now guess what? He thinks this is not only totally acceptable, but ENCOURAGED. Great parenting, Al. Can't wait till you have kids. ;)

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