We adopted our Viking Shirt I Do What I Want Shirt when our son was only 2 months old. Lots of people told us (to our faves sometimes) that we were nuts. I can’t tell you how many times I heard “a baby and a puppy?!” We’d reply “yes, it’s not as hard as one may think.” And it’s not. I’d never say it was easy, but it’s not impossible. Did I mention we have another baby on the way, and last time I checked, getting rid of our Viking for that reason is a foreign concept? He is apart of our family just as much as our children are. Frankly, people that give up their animals over a new baby, are just lazy. A lot of work and patience goes into having children and animals.
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But if you love your Viking Shirt I Do What I Want Shirt as much as some of you say you do, then tossing them aside for your convenience makes you about as low of a human being as you possibly can be. This is the way I would do it as your child and puppy will build an unspeakable bond with each other. No doubt it must hard and test your patience so much at times, god knows my Viking pushes me to the limits sometimes cos he’s a little sod when he wants to be but nothing could make me give him up.
I’ll shame them all day long. And the Viking was underweight as well, so it’s not like they were properly caring for him. Makes me worry about their unborn child’s well being, especially if they can’t care for an animal. And you know, I’m happy to debate further with you over this. But not when you’re gonna use unnecessary profanity. I don’t care if it was directed at me personally or not. If you want to argue like an adult and be taken seriously, don’t use words like that. It makes you sound less intelligent than you are.