It seems, however, that our babies aren't quite as sweet when we're out of town as they are when we're at home...here are just a few of the photos our friends sent me during our absence.
|They (likely working as a team) pulled out this festive |
garland and destroyed a few of the felted wool balls.
|They (Plié, since Popeye can't reach the counter) knocked|
their food Tupperware from the counter onto the floor...
|...and quickly learned that when it hits the ground, |
at least some of the time the lid will come off.
|This happened almost every day. (To be clear, Pleeps |
and Pops had PLENTY to eat. This seemed like more of
an activity than an effort to commandeer more food.)
|Most days our stockings and stocking holders had been |
knocked off the mantle and were either on the ground...
|...or in the fireplace.|
Plié in particular is incredibly smart - she's the brains behind their mischievous operations, and she knows both exactly what the rules are and how to get around them. An example? She knows she's not allowed to be on the counters, but she is allowed to be on the chairs...so as soon as the chairs go onto the counters for me to run the Roomba, she makes herself comfortable.
Sometimes, however, Little Miss Mischief gets in a little over her head...
I saved her from this mishap as soon as I'd taken these photos. She had her head in the box for less than 20 seconds.
Plié may be made of mischief, but she has Tom wrapped around her little finger and so as long as he's around, she'll continue doing pretty much whatever she wants, whenever she wants.
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