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When you live in a big family, the odds of running into a brother is quite high. In poor Typhoon’s case, we mean that quite literally.
Alone time is a precious commodity when you live in a large family of siblings. Even when you find you have a moment without anyone around, you know the time is short before the noise grows.
Thus the way it is for Typhoon. Mr. Touch-Me-Not allows only one other close to him, but even he knows that running into your brother can cramp your style.
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The Queen and Decorum
Even after a long hike, a Queen must always avoid a fashion faux pas like, say, an out of place tongue. No, the Queen and Decorum are intact.
Looks like the classic alpha/omega relationship. Good balance. They are a cute pair.
I just LOVE that Typhoon lets Roscoe touch him-literally!! I hope no ouchies were from the run in!!
Hahaha! So FUNNY!
As someone who grew up with 6 siblings( including a TWIN!) I can understand Typhoon’s situation;)
…On the GREAT side of that is ALWAYS having your own “pack”
to support you in times of need!!
Miss Rory gets to be “an only child”
^••^ (with lots of “aunt’s+uncles!!”