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Sep 1st 2010 11:11AM I have 2 IGs, a male and a female. Both are spayed and neutered and are 7 yrs old. They just radiate heat under the covers and you are guaranteed a nap when the sit on your lap. The part about peeing in the house though is correct. The female is trained but the male likes lifting his leg everywhere. That we have easily correctly by having him wear doggie pants while in the house. These are easily purchased at any pet store. Big problem with an easy solution. I love my Iggys
Jun 13th 2010 5:42PM Come on you guys. Shes only a little girl. Give it a rest already.
Jun 9th 2010 10:55PM One more think, my husband wanted to name him Justin Case. I said NO
Jun 9th 2010 10:47PM Before I was pregnant I always wanted to name my baby Justin if it was a boy. I got my wish and had a beautiful baby boy and did name him Justin. The problem was what was his middle name going to be. My husband and in laws wanted his middle name to be Albert or Hans after his father and grandfather. I said absolutely NO. So we thought and thought and came up with Morgan. So Justin Morgan it was. We are horse people and we know who Justin Morgan is but 99.9% of people dont. So, my son has his own name after a legendary horse breeder and most people think it is a very strong name. It is and I can tell you my son is incredible.
Jun 1st 2010 5:09PM I had two absolutely gorgeous babies. They are all grwon up now. But whenthey were little, we took them everywhere. People would approach to admire. Some would touch and others would just look. It did bother me when absolute strangers would touch the baby. You never knew who they were, where they were from or what they had touched. Especially being a first time mom. So I would simply thank them for their compliments and nicely ask if they would please not touch the baby. I never had any problems. Everyone always understood.
May 5th 2010 11:35AM South Florida is on the Atlantic east coast side of the state. The oil slick wont directly affect us here. I feel real sorry for those on the Gulf coast.
Dec 10th 2009 11:58PM I like the article. However, I am Catholic and I celebrate Christmas. I find it appauling that it is politically incorrect to say Merry Christmas. After all this is the CHRISTMAS season. If somone is of another faith, fine. You all have your turn, you all say what you want and no one critisized you. I invite my Jewish friends to my Christmas party and they invite me to their Jewish celebrations. That is what this world is all about. Accepting others for who and what they are, not trying to to make everyone conform to your beliefs. People should be embracing each other, not finding reasons and excuses to nitpick and fight. I celebrate CHRISTMAS and I will not allow someone to tell me I cant say Merry Christmas.
So to all of you out there, including the Obamas, Have a Merry Christmas.
Dec 10th 2009 11:23AM Sing on Susan! The world needs more people like you.
Dec 10th 2009 10:19AM I used to wat GMA all the time but now that George S is going to replace Diane Sawyer, I wont be watching anymore. I'll be going to the TODAY show. I have never liked George S, he seems cocky to me. Sorry GMA.
Dec 5th 2009 9:36PM I think ABC is wrong. Although I thought Adams performance was a little racey, I do remember Britney and Madonna not to long ago playing tounge tag on an awards show and dont forget about Janet Jackson and her "wardrobe malfunction". I can remember my parents thought KISS was obsecene back in the day. Has anyone listened to some of what they say in RAP crap these days. Adam Lambert isnt pushing the envelope any harder than anyone else. Its just different.