Even the right decision can disappoint

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I’m thinking that we may have to give turtle turtle back. We discovered today that the dogs have managed to chew through the bottom of the the turtle table. 

It’s bad enough that I can’t easily fix it and we can’t seem to keep them away. 

My thought is that this may be something that is going to cause to many problems.

I need to talk to Lizze about this and then the boys.  I don’t want to disappoint them but I also don’t want the turtle to get hurt either. 

I think that the boys will be okay, I’ll just have to redirect them for a couple of days.  🙁

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huggs and sorry about the turtle table.  Though a word of caution, turtles have been linked to cases of infection, they have been know to carry botulism bacteria and other bad bacteria.  Could cause trouble for children and others with depressed immune systems.

Mary Franzen Costello
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Parenthood sucks sometimes.


perhaps put the turtle out of the dogs’ reach?


@S it’s actually a turtle table. All we can do is try to block access.