Now our nursery holds two. How sweet.
I think Franklin will be a great big brother.
He’s already so independent.
So independent that William and I could take a little time to ourselves.
We made good use of it.
I guess no pleasure comes without consequences. I don’t know when I’ll find time to fix the shower.
I guess I got a little too upset. Sometimes I don’t know my own witchcraft.
The least fun part of parenting is the potty training.
See what I mean?
Or maybe it’s SLOPPY HUSBANDS WHO CLOG THE TOILET.
And leave it for their hard-working wife to plunge. Yuck!
At least he’s a good father.
So good that I think sometimes Mama feels threatened.
Isn’t he sweet! When he’s not screaming his head off, Franklin always has a smile on his face.
After I plunged the toilet, I really needed to get out of the house. So I took a case.
The mayor of Aurora Skies wanted me to get the dirt on her political opponents.
Classy. Well, you know I’m always up to get paid.
I headed back to the mayor to tell her that she didn’t have much to worry about.
But wow, did the whole thing leave a bad taste in my mouth.
I had a real craving for watermelons, so I headed to the grocery store to buy a snack.
Mama cleaned while I was out. I really appreciate my parents.
Mum got lonely and hung out on the swing under the stars.
I dashed to the salon to check on a new case.
Clues, clues. There can be clues anywhere. You just have to look.
Oh hey, my sister Caitlin showed up!
I guess she’s seriously thinking about getting into Style. She brought our niece Rosie with her to give her a new look.
And voila! Actually, Rosie wasn’t that wild about the new look. Caitlin will have to practice some more, I think.
When I got home, the kids were in good hands.
And William was back to his normal self. Well, normal with an enormous cloud of stink.
As I was headed to bed, I had a familiar feeling.
Another baby on the way!
Wow, I really did roll through the kids fast with Erin, didn’t I?