She has inherited the Kailholz gene of tossing her head to the side when a picture is taken.
While picking up medical forms at the pediatrician's office, I saw a stray cat. He came over and loved on me, I took him over to the car to show Isabelle (Lorelei was asleep) and that cat climbed into Isabelle's lap and we brought him home. I am not planning on keeping him (Hear that? That's a big sigh of relief from my in-laws) so I am putting his picture up here so that any one in the area can check him out. Nancy, want a cat?
She patiently waited in her cubby for class to begin. And when I said I was leaving, she said, "Bye, Mommy" and went on with a craft. Humph. I have drilled independence into her head from day one, so I shouldn't be surprised when she turns away and doesn't need me. I'm proud of her.
He's sweet and calm. But he's not thrilled with Nellie or the other cats. He's found a nice hiding spot between our washer and dryer. He has beautiful markings...his chin is black, making him look like he is smirking. Any takers?