Things I've Learned About Cats + Dogs Since Chicken
Since getting a cat, my animal knowledge has expanded rapidly, mostly of the inter-species variety. I had had extremely high hopes for Super given his success with the hamster, another small, light brownish-orange, furry thing, but alas, once again, Super is nothing if not a I-desperately-need-your-guidance-and-love type of dog. Here are three interesting facts of life to ponder:
- Kittens are tiny creatures who sometimes make darting motions.
- Dogs view tiny creatures who sometimes make darting motions as prey.
- Kittens are really tiny, and Super is kind of a giant spaz.
In the end, I don't think it was anything we did: Super just took his sweet time figuring out that the cat was just a cat.
***In other news, Caleb has learned to walk with his hands in his pockets and it's completely freaking me out. He also has this new thing where he takes off his baseball cap and puts it back on sideways or backwards. I've investigated everyone in regular contact with Caleb, and no one is confessing to having taught him that, so I have no idea where he picked it up. When did he become a little boy?? The Caleb I know still needs helping picking out the sticker he wants after his play gym class and falls asleep in his high chair in the middle of his noodles. With his hands in his pockets, he literally saunters around, walking heels down first, leaning back a bit. In his little tank top with those muscles, he's like this little mini beach boy. I don't even know who this kid is.
And - did you hear?? Our latest new line from Japan has finally arrived - it's Classiky! It's already in the shop, and should be heading online over the next few days.
Normally we like to get all the pictures together and then get them up online, announce them fully and properly - but I couldn't resist a sneak peek! It's mainly because I've already torn into all of the boxes to find my loot, and settle it all up nicely on my desk. I'm basically going to be sitting here in my new little studio and desk space for the next week - which is of course the perfect inspiration, as I'll be writing about all the dreamy ways to use these beautiful Japanese tools + supplies. (And, most exciting of all: there's washi tape. I've basically reached all of my stationery goals in life. Maybe.)