Momma’s Little Tornado

Momma’s little tornado, that’s what she’s lovingly nicknamed her son.  Keeping track of three businesses is hard, but being responsible for a mischievous little boy is a whole different type of challenge.  Some days he spends with the Galloways, but today, he’s staying home with daddy while Selina heads to Red Line Clothes.

Sezar figures this would be the perfect opportunity to get a work out in.  There just doesn’t seem to be enough time in the day lately to do all he wants.  He’s gotta keep in shape.  In his mind he’s thinking about investing in some weights.  How on earth did Reynaldo best him when they finally went to blows?  It’s just unthinkable!

While Reynaldo is excersising in the livingroom, Javier is checking out Scout’s food dish.  He joyfully throws handfuls of kibble into the air.  Then he slows down to smell it…

… and decides to taste it!  Oh my… I guess toddlers really do put anything in their mouths.

Though Sezar doesn’t notice what his son is up to, Scout sure does notice that the little tike is messing with his food.  Scout approaches him cautiously.  In his old age, Scout has calmed down a lot, he’s weary of these little humans that like to grab and throw things.

Scout’s visit was enough to distract him, and he follows Scout out of the kitchen.  He’s distracted when he sees his toy garage and decides to bang on and chew on some cars.

Soon, Javier is tired, and he helps himself to Scout’s bed for his afternoon nap.

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Scout and Javier are very cautious around each other.  Toddler/Pet interactions are just too cute!

It was picture time for this family.  They’re so cute!

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