I was all set to write a ranty, desperate post about puppy poop, but have decided to leave out all the nasty details (you're welcome) and just ask a few questions:
If your ten-week-old puppy needed a pooh at 2am (like, 2am on the dot) every morning (EVERY MORNING WITHOUT FAIL) what would you do? Would you feed him his dinner at 3pm instead of 5pm (not really plausible, what with work and all) to move up his nightly pooh to the more civilised hour of midnight? Or would you push back his dinner to 10pm to ensure his pooh stayed put until 7am? Currently, we feed Wolfgang breakfast at 7am and dinner at 5pm and oh, aren't we horrible pet-owners for feeding him only twice a day when we should really be splitting his food up into at least 3 separate meals (hey, can you tell that I already talked to Shawn's mother about this?) Anyway, he has two poohs a day - right after dinner and at 2am and wow, this is just too much math for me to figure out. Can someone please tell me when to feed him so that I can stop either a: getting out of bed at 2am to pooh the dog or b: smacking Shawn on the side of the face until he wakes up so he can get out of bed at 2am to pooh the dog. All suggestions will be considered. Unless your suggestion is to quit my job so that I can feed my dog three times a day at evenly-spaced intervals.
Moving on, if you'd like to read about human pooh instead of puppy pooh (or if you would like to read something that is classified under "birth control" in my books), I suggest you read Angella's post about her daughter, Emily.
And because links are fun, you should then head over to Kristin's blog and leave a comment. If 500 people leave comments telling her brother to cut his hair, he's going to do it. Let's do this, people!