If you click on this picture, I believe it will open to a larger size and you can definitely see these teeth I was telling you about previously. It took some attempts, but I got a picture of them. She sure likes to use them and bite down on her spoon when eating her cereal or other delight. She also likes to chew on about anything, especially fingers (her hand or ours).
That lovely time change has messed her up a bit. Why on earth do we have to do this twice a year????? It messes me up as well and I can tell time. Poor kids really don't understand. They (the government) have also decided to make this time longer. I can't ever remember what is daylight savings and what is standard. I just know to remember "spring forward, fall back." Let's just "stay still."
Jason found an older memory card from my camera that I hadn't downloaded the pictures yet. There were several pics of Mama Kitty and her kittens, Jack, Stripey, Stormy, and Gray (otherwise known as Tater). I had a good cry about seeing them again. I took a bagillion pictures of them intending to make them a scrapbook, but I get so sad still I can't seem to do it. Never mind that I have a seven month old who isn't quite patient enough for Mommy to scrap. I'll attach some pictures of them. The kittens will be right around 2 years old very soon. Stripey and Gray are pretty easy to pick out, but Jack is the black kitty who has one eye (one-eyed Jack), and Stormy is the other black kitty. Mama is the slightly bigger long-haired black kitty with gorgeous green eyes. I think everyone who would be reading this blog knows this, but Mama Kitty died last spring when I took her to get her spayed. She had a heart attack from the anesthesia and they couldn't revive her. All the kittens are adopted out. Striped went to Johnny Depp's farm in Paris, KY. One of his horse handlers adopted him. Stormy and Jack went together to a family in Scott County. Gray/Tater went to this terrible home in Scott County with three ADHD kids who I regret letting him go to this day! If I EVER see him outside, I'm snatching him..... Anyhoo, here they are... My sweet babies who kept me company for many months.