Couch Potato Sibe

Hu-Dad settled into his study for a day of work and discovered one member of The Herd was opting to be a couch potato Sibe.

What do you mean I can't be a couch potato Sibe?
What do you mean I can’t be a couch potato Sibe?

Hu-Dad suggests that some members of our Herd are more trustworthy than others. For example, Frankie rarely causes problems and can do most anything he wants. On the other extreme, others (ahem, Typhoon) cause trouble even under strict supervision. Landon falls in the middle but Hu-Dad still insists on monitoring his activities.

I'm offended you think I need supervision.
I’m offended you think I need supervision.

When Landon declared his intent to hang out on the couch all day, Hu-Dad thought that might be a ploy to stay out of sight so he can empty the garbage can…again. Yeah, Landon has done that a few times.

Do I look like I'm planning mischief?
Do I look like I’m planning mischief?


  1. Zoe on June 11, 2020 at 1:32 pm

    He’s innocent!! Look at that face

  2. Juno's mom on June 10, 2020 at 11:36 am

    It’s so cute when their ears disappear after they’ve done something a naughty.

  3. Pat and Rebel on June 10, 2020 at 9:33 am

    I hate to tell you, but, you most certainly look like you are planning mischief.

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