Our Little Prince Says It Is Always Typhoon Time

Hu-Dad slipped outside with the camera to get a few photographs of someone else, but the Little Prince insisted it was Typhoon time.

His Haughtiness declares Typhoon Time.

His Haughtiness declares Typhoon Time.

Hu-Dad’s plan was to photograph someone else, but the Little Prince blocked the photographs and insisted that the focus be on him. Sort of a normal reaction for him.

The grass bugs me, so I will chomp it.

The grass bugs me, so I will chomp it.

The more Hu-Dad tried to work around him, the more His Haughtiness moved into the shots. At some point, you just accept it and move forward. Hu-Dad did decide to highlight all of Typhoon, not just the poses he wanted. For example, did you know Typhoon is still wearing his bandage? Because he continues to struggle with leaving the spot alone so it will heal. The best part? Hu-Dad is almost out of dark blue wrap and only has hot pink, so the next bandage you see might really offend his royalty.

The last of the blue wrap.

The last of the blue wrap.

4 Comments

  1. Terry (+Rory) on August 26, 2018 at 11:37 am

    He has such a stunning gaze!
    He’s beautiful,tricky and I’ll bet he’s a lot of fun!!! ????
    Hope his wound gets better soon!!

  2. Lori on August 26, 2018 at 10:49 am

    I think you’ll rock the pink bandage Typhoon! You know that real men wear pink ????????

  3. Juno's mom on August 26, 2018 at 10:00 am

    He sure looks nicely filled out.

  4. Jean B Burkhardt on August 26, 2018 at 6:55 am

    Oh boy Typhoon-IF you don’t leave your boo-boo alone you will look like QUEEN Typhoon all adorned in PINK!!!! Be good and let it heal and then Hu-Dad can leave the bandage OFF!!

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