Awwwwwwwwwww! Selkie he is sooooooooo cute. Not a bit fussy there either are you
towel under his poor liddle feet!
chris: I was thinking of you all the time I have been off line. I do hope you feel better soon and so glad you are out of hospital hun. On the road to recovery (and a very fast one I hope).
spidey: ((((((((hugs)))))))))))))..... I am sure your brother will pull through. And do look after your back. If you recall.. AGES ago I posted on here that my sister had a brain tumour. It was so shocking when I found out. Well this week she went back yet again and the tumour hasn't grown even a millimeter since her last scan
and in fact she begged not to be scanned again for a year as getting into and back from the hospital is such a drama for her. The neurosurgeon said she was the happiest patient he had seen in weeks. He also said that 99% of his patients begged to have their tumours removed even when he stated emphatically that they werent dangerous and it was lovely to see a patient that listened to him. (She isnt having hers removed) So you see....... not every tumour is all bad news in the end. Lets hope that your brothers is like my sisters.
Hang in there Dotsie.... kids will find any and everything you may have missed to pop in their mouth or (oh and they love this one) UP their noses! Luckily I was the last of the family to reproduce so I had had a squillion babies and kids in my house before I had my own... it was "child-proofed" from day one. Playpens are good.... (NEVER call them cages
in front of the parents). .... though when YOU are the parent its way better to put YOURSELF into the playpen so the kids cant reach YOU.
Best house I ever lived in had a tennis court. Biggest child cage I ever had. I was so happy.
Just keep swimming... just keep swimming.. just keep swimming....