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aaangyl
aaangyl
YES WE CAN HAS!
Wed, Jan. 14th, 2009 04:37 pm
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PNG is now 16 pounds, and big enough to get into everything short of the counters. When he's full-grown, he'll be a danger to the edge of counters and kitchen tables. He's also in full-bore brat mode, a stage that generally lasts until the end of teething around 6 months. He hasn't started losing his milk teeth yet, tho. I absolutely can't leave him unsupervised while I do something at all anymore, he's destroying something new in under 5 minutes. So our day consists mostly of him spending time locked in the bathroom, or being outside running around to try to exhaust him. He's safe when he's asleep, at least. But when he curls up against me just before bed and puts his little paw in my hand and rests his head on my elbow, or when he tickles Hans by licking his ears, that helps me get through the next day.

I can't believe I haven't lost 10 pounds from walking and running him around for hours every day, though. WTF?

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agentsteel53
agentsteel53
Danger Moose
Thu, Jan. 15th, 2009 12:59 am (UTC)

PNG is now 16 pounds

I can't believe I haven't lost 10 pounds

I don't think the Conservation of Matter principle can be taken quite so literally ;)


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ashley_y
ashley_y
Ashley
Thu, Jan. 15th, 2009 01:27 am (UTC)

You're probably healthier, though, if you didn't get a lot of exercise beforehand. I think basically what you lose in fat you gain in muscle weight.


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