It's true Kai is definitely getting his molars already! We were hoping it wasn't true. Now we have accepted it and hope it doesn't take months for them all to come in. I have a feeling it will. I just want them all to come in and then maybe we can sleep for a few months before the two year molars! For now sleep continues to be hard to come by!
It's a harder transition than I thought going from urban beach town, to suburb near the woods. I grew up near the woods but I don't know, I think I may prefer urban beach town better now! I can't believe I am saying that.
I mentioned the spiders before, oh and I should mention there are spiders every where. Most of them mini tarantula looking things, not your friendly daddy long legs that I used to pick up when I was little. There are bugs, lots of bugs. It seems we have a snake and a snake hole in our yard. I haven't seen it so I am just hoping it is not a venomous one. I have never been a fan of snakes. They scare me in the wild. Plus I was hoping to transform the yard into a native plant garden but now I am not sure what to do!
There are skunks living across the street, the other morning one was in our yard.
There is also a mangy coyote roaming the streets all the time. I have to look up mange and see how dogs get that. Speaking of dogs. Sasha is crawling with fleas, normal ones and these really gross sticky fleas. They burrow their heads in her skin in groups (they look like tiny eggs or something) and have to taking out with tweezers. They give me the heebee jebees! We have to take her to get frontline.
Ok so apparently there are also mountain lions (one was seen last year at the school a mile a way) Another kind of big cat was seen also. I forget what kind. Apparently packs of coyotes and these big cats sometimes jump on roofs from the steep yards, according to our neighbors! There are also lizards which don't bother me. So many critters! I am not used to that anymore. I am sure we will get used to it. There are some cool things to witness to, like butterflies, hummingbirds and this guy who was right in our neighbors yard