Liked your "brats" comment. Oy Vey! I'd worry what else they might toss over the fence which MIGHT harm your sweet babies...
I'd be speaking with their mom, friendly neighbor to friendly neighbor just to ask them to stop. My mom has had to caution people that feeding clumps of dried grass to her horses along the fence line is a bad idea. Once they understand the danger, they apologize and stop. She doesn't say anything to hurt feelings, just to make people aware.
I didn't know you had mischevious boys living next door, you never say anything about your neighbors! I hope they have been taught how to share as well as Jake and Baby.
LOL@the brats next door. I don't have any next door but there is a school full of 'em across the street. Thankfully they don't have any access to the places where MY brats play. ;o) I love the image of Jake parading around with head held high and stick in mouth. They are so cute that way... Jimmy prances and dances around every time he has a poop. *facepalm* it's like he just learned how to use the potty or something. LOL!
*mental* image... that word was supposed to be in there. ;o)
Sweet photos Sandra! We baby-sat son's puppy this weekend..she drug around twigs and stick that were of course much larger than her! They are happy with the simple things..that's why we enjoy them so much!
Hooray for Jake, he found a really good stick this time. So sweet of him to share it with Baby. We don't have any little kids living around us right now. It's rather nice :)
Their breath will smell nice when they are done chewing up the Christmas tree. :-) Hope it does not make them sick.
Perhaps it was the scent of the brat...I mean little boy, on it that intrigued him!...:)JP
Post a Comment