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His Highness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey is always frustrated when things don’t work as expected like what goes up won’t come down.
We head out to the yard first thing in the morning before sunrise (which is why these photographs are so grainy). The various birds of the marsh who roost around our house must consider us an alarm clock because they fly away as soon as the door opens. This frustrates our Little Prince.
His Highness expects everything to happen exactly as he wants. When that doesn’t come true—a shocking amount of time to our Little Curmudgeon—he snorts, stamps his feety-feet, and pouts. Worst of all, the Hu-Dad’s reaction to those antics isn’t immediate attention, but smirks and smiles. The royal life is tough.
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