Tuesday, May 25, 2010

ZHU ZHU Pet Attack

Name - Pipsqueak
Offense - Attacking a defenseless baby





Evidence- golden locks stuck in his still spinning wheels
( and he's also destroyed evidence, trying to rip off his warning label which read .. KEEP AWAY
FROM HAIR)

punishment- long term corner time

The victim- Miss Em.
Status- fully recovered




This cute yellow rodent looks harmless enough, but underneath that sweet face lays a wild, vicious creature.

Miss Emilia was attacked yesterday while taking her routine nap. Somehow Pipsqueak made it into her playpen. Since the flood Emilia has been sleeping in her playpen in Bella and Sophia's room. Pipsqueak is the current pet of Bella. Rumor has it that Bella's mother, stupidly left Pipsqueak on a shelf next to the playpen. Easily reachable by Miss Emilia. Waking from her nap Miss Em apparently invited what seemed to be a friendly gerbil to come and play with her. For unknown reasons he quickly turned on her and attacked. Emilia's mother heard unusual wailing coming from the room and raced in to see what was wrong. What she found was horrifying. Pipsqueak's wheels had become entangled in Miss Em's hair. Emilia's mother sprang into action and ran for her handy dandy scissors. Being extremely careful she snipped the entangled locks of hair from Pipsqueaks wheel.
Pipsqueak was immediately transferred to solitary confinement.
Miss Em made a complete and quick recovery.

Emilia's mother would like to state, for the record that even though she is an avid blogger she never once thought about running for her camera instead of the scissors! That would have been WRONG!



19 comments:

missy said...

That was HYSTERICAL!!!! Well done Mama, well done! haha The same thing happened to us w/Ella!! Poor Em, I'm glad she recovered fast! You sure made me smile this am you Blogmaster!! xo

Pallavi said...

he he.. :)

mandd3 said...

Oh so funny! I loathe our little Zhu Zhu. It is constantly reminding me that I am slowly going bald and shedding my hair all over our house.

LizBeth said...

I don't know how kids manage it, but they invariably do something to cause loss of hair . . . .if not theirs, certainly their parents'!

Lori said...

Ouch!! Bad, Zhu Zhu! Bad!!
Glad Em is okay =)

Michelle said...

ROTFL...that was way too funny. You are a hoot...this sounds like more supporting evidence for the MOTY award...I'm just sayin'...LOL

The VW's said...

I an laughing so hard right now! You are so funny and very clever too, BTW! Thanks for the laugh!

Sorry this humor was at the expense of sweet Em's hair/head though! Poor girl! I bet she wants nothing to do with that naughty toy now!

Love and Hugs!!!

Ruby's Mom said...

Glad you were able to rescue poor Em! ;)
Thanks for making me smile this morning and for giving us a warning about that vicious zhu zhu! :)

Rochelle said...

If it weren't for Em's bald spot I would be totally cracking up! So funny. Thankful it was easily solved. Who knew toddler proofing your house would mean getting rid of the rodents. LOL!

Emily said...

Oh my goodness... and my daughter wants a zhu zhu pet for her birthday. Hmmm.... ;)
Glad she fully recovered!

Lacey said...

Naughty, naughty pipsqueak! Glad Em's beautiful hair is ok.

To Love Endlessly said...

this had me ROLLING!!! Poor Miss Em, but too funny. I am glad you ran for the scissors instead of the camera and I bet she is too. Just too funny though, thanks for sharing this one!

Bulldogma said...

Found your blog through a friend (the network of Down syndrome parents is awesome). Love your writing style - clearly a woman after my own heart!

Kelly said...

LOL.....poor Em!! Glad to hear she is fully recovered! Rodents should be caged........just NOT in playpens! Note to self:)

my family said...

poor lovie, glad he didnt attack more thanks to the quick thinking mom, lol

Anderson Family said...

You put that into words beautifully - it was so funny. Sorry I had a laugh at the expense of long lost hair. I bet that hurt - that is a good chunk of hair! Thanks for the good laugh - glad she is on the way to full recovery!

Tina said...

Naughty Pipsqueak...although I must sat this is quite hilarious.

Glad mommy could make that very difficult choice between the camera and the scissors.

Carrie said...

Too funny! Poor Em! I guess even mechinical rodents are a health hazard!

Kelli said...

Poor Em! You told a great story.