Still Sebastard.
August 26, 2009

Sebastard Sebastian has turned out to be the critter who struggles the most with having a baby around.  He doesn’t like the noise, doesn’t like the smells, and will gladly spend all day sitting like this only an inch away from the baby so that you cannot ignore him.

Shortly after we first brought Charlotte home, I toted her into the bathroom to change her diaper.  Sebastian was in the shower at the time and as soon as he saw me, he started to step out of the shower and walk towards me.  Then Charlotte started screaming.  Sebastian looked at me like WHAT IS GOING ON WITH THAT CREATURE?! and stepped backwards into the shower again, where he immediately hunkered down and hid.  Those days are long gone, but he’s still a little sullen.  In fact, just a few mornings ago, he snuck out of the house and spent a good twenty minutes sulking on the neighbor’s roof.


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  1. By erin on August 26, 2009

    It took Woody a week after we brought Hannah home to even come near the Pack and Play.  Only in the last week or so has he “warmed up” enough to come sit next to me while I’m nursing her.  For the longest time he would look at us like, It’s still here?  The noisy stinky thing?  Haven’t you had enough yet?  Now he acts like, Well, I guess It isn’t leaving anytime soon, so I might as well get used to It.

  2. By bethany actually on August 26, 2009

    One of our cats hid from Annalie till she was over a year old. and then she stopped hiding but still ran if she saw Annalie coming for another year. The other cat would climb right up into my lap and snuggle the baby while she was nursing. Now that Annalie is five both cats love her and tolerate her overenthusiastic affection with great patience.

  3. By Elly on August 26, 2009

    Haha, I love that face! His expression supports this post to a t, that’s awesome :) Sometimes grumpy cats end up being SO CUTE! (which makes things even more hilarious :)

  4. By on August 26, 2009

    That is a very beautiful cat. I want to kiss his very grumpy, very bent-out-of-shape nose and tell him that he will not always dislike the “intruder”.

  5. By Jinxy @ Jinxyisms on September 06, 2009

    My cats are totally neglected now that we have Lily.  its sort of sad but my baby has to come first. 

    Hopefully Sebastian and my cats will get over it eventually.


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