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Just smile Avis.

Had her for 20 minutes today.
It was the worst 20 minutes ever, especially when combined with Hubs.

She arrived half asleep with her diaper/nappy half off and I only had a smaller sized pack .. so she was bare ass for about 2 minutes.

She managed to pee, with her half off nappy, all up in her suit and poop on my floor twice. I gave her a bath and had Hubba watch her while I cleaned the poop. She doesn't listen to anything Hubba tells her to do and decided she wanted out of the bath-tub. Barely taller than the tub and she tried to climb out herself. When I told her she was a disgusting foul mofo, she just laughed.

But how can you complain about cleaning poop off of your carpet when the culprit is teeth grittingly* cute.

* possible this isn't a word.


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