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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Somewhat To Mostly Offbeat, And A Little Graphic: #MemoryMonday, #MaltipooMonday, And Who & What Helps Keep "Momma"/"Auntie Nicole" Going #MortifyingMondays & Other Bad Days

Just now, Camille shockingly threw up "bunny beans" and left "Auntie Nicole" with a still-cringeworthy image—and needlessly to say, this incident only added to "Auntie Nicole"'s/"Momma"'s mortifying Monday. At least "Auntie Nicole" can relate as well as feel mortified, as she herself began her Monday by throwing up due to nausea because of OCD/Anxiety and other condition. Nonetheless, Camille's own incident was another incident on a "Moan-day"!

As for this morning, Camille and Reilly had to be kept away from something more dangerous than "bunny beans" for them: let "Auntie Nicole"/"Momma" just say that coffee and water may not exactly have helped her stomach at that moment, and even diluted coffee could've killed Camille and Reilly! Of course, "Auntie Nicole"/"Momma" asked them to go into the family room and look out of the window, and have "Mimi"/"Auntie Michelle" get them into the family room and then avert the danger to them.

Consider all of that as they had to deal with an exhausted and not-feeling-well "Auntie Nicole"/"Momma" plus an afternoon thunderstorm that probably included hail, and then understand why they and she had a mortifying Monday—not to mention a not-so-pleasant-at-some-points weekend that effected the Monday to be mortifying enough, including an incident on Friday the 13th which stereotypically did not bode well for either them or her: an incident in which, long story short, her high-school ex-boyfriend contacted her once again after two years despite a police-involved prohibition on doing so.

By the way, "Momma" did explain what happened to Reilly in terms that puppies can understand—and ¡pobrecita Relicita!, having to deal with "Momma" reminding her that this world can be a "very-bad place" because of "not-very-nice people", as well as the flareups that the incident partly effected. Meanwhile, Reilly certainly keeps "Momma" going in so many ways, even when "Momma" can't be the best "Momma" to Reilly. For example:

  1. Reilly prays however puppies can pray when she and "Momma" pray at night¹, as well as other times that "Momma" says "Let's say prayers [or "Let's pray", etc.] for [or about, etc.] for [whomever or whatever]".
  2. She is—even when she behaves badly and doesn't act patient, etc..—a good puppy whom's very patient with, understanding toward, kind to, and loving and friendly to "Momma" and to others (and at least sometimes even to Camille)!
  3. She relishes when friends such as "the Tall Guy"—a family friend and "Auntie Michelle"'s driving instructor"—come over for visits—like he came over for a surprise visit this weekend (See some of the photos below.). To see Reilly relish that helps lift "Momma"'s spirits a little.
Because of this in great part, "Momma" definitely keeps going—and has just made it into Tuesday as Reilly has patiently waited for "Momma" to wrap up for the night.

The brat even licked "the Tall Guy"'s legs (She liked the sweat on the Tall Guy's legs, as he had just gone for a bikeride and inadvertently provided a treat for Reilly!) 馃ぃ

She relatively put up with the camera because she loved the scritches that she was getting and was thus very happy. 

Friday, May 4, 2018

Somewhat Offbeat: Something That "Momma" and Reilly Still Do Every Day

They persist in praying for whomever "Momma"'s helpmate and Reilly's "Daddy" is, and praying for an answer from a certain someone. Reilly has been quite patient about that, might "Momma" add, despite that she still makes when her patience is stretched to the limit from time to time. Truth be told, Reilly's running downstairs one night probably had to do with impatience in part (notwithstanding that night-owl "Momma" went to bed quite early that night) and even her knowledge that "['Momma'] isn't as strong or as fast as Mom-Mom and Auntie Michelle" (which she has explained to Reilly multiple times, and of which Reilly gladly takes advantage—albe in a toddler-like way as opposed to a malicious way).

This isn't to mention that Reilly's been patient with "Momma" and praying with her about it for about two years now.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Mostly Offbeat: Something That "Momma" Still Wants To Know, Definitely Partly For Reilly's Sake (And Reilly Would Probably Want To Know)

Who in the Rosedale-Nottingham area keeps checking her blog entries particular about Reilly. Relative? Friend? An inquiring mind wants to know, and she wants to know what the Rosedalean-Nottinghamer thinks of the entries (as feedback is always appreciated)—even if he or she thinks that (forgive the ableist language here) Reilly's "Momma" is a nut and a trainwreck—besides, Reilly probably thinks that her "Momma" is those things half of the time, anyway! 

She should also mention that her curiosity comes mainly from another curiosity of hers: viz., is the Rosedalean-Nottinghamer in fact the same person whom she thinks could end up being her helpmate and Reilly's "Daddy" as opposed to a completely-different person? After all, knowing that would, for example, certainly help "Momma" be a better "Momma" to Reilly and get at least part of an answer for which she's been waiting for her and Reilly's sakes (and having a "Momma" with Cerebral Palsy can be quite hard enough for Reilly, not to mention be hard for a "Momma" whom'd be more of a "Momma" to Reilly if she were strong enough and/or had more help to be one!). 

She has no intention of embarrassing anybody here, by the way. PS If you're the person in question, please let her know. Also, God willing, maybe you could end up meeting (or remeeting) Reilly someday. 

Friday, December 8, 2017

Somewhat To Mostly Offbeat: "Momma" As An Example Of Single Pet Parenting Further Complicated For Pet Parents With Disabilities

"Momma" has previously discussed how "Auntie Michelle" and "Mom-Mom" make her being a "Momma" without a "Daddy" for Reilly harder for her because she has disabilities, and they know as well as she knows that they wouldn't do half of what they do if she didn't have Cerebral Palsy and mental illnesses. In the meantime, plenty of recent examples as to how they complicate her "Momma"hood have come up. In fact, one that came up just tonight is as follows thanks to "Auntie Michelle", and is reminiscent of one that is courtesy of "Mom-Mom":

"Auntie Michelle" wanted to try to get the pimple off of Reilly's back, which reminded "Momma" of when "Mom-Mom" didn't tell her what that piece of excess cartilage on Reilly's nose actually was before the groomer unplugged it. "Momma" blames "Auntie Michelle" in this case as much as she blames "Mom-Mom" in the last case, though she would not have minded having the blackhead unplugged had she known what "Mom-Mom" found out—and "Momma" was a little worried with the blood on Reilly's nose at first, although she trusts the groomer (whom, as she found out, is a former vet tech) and the vet (whom told "Mom-Mom" that it was "extra cartilage"). This time, she specifically asked the person in question—"Auntie Michelle"to not try to get rid of the pimple since she was keeping an eye on it and planning to talk to "Mom-Mom" about it, and the person in question nonetheless proceeded to clean out what she thought might be any blackhead-related blackness out of the pimple area.

"Auntie Michelle" and "Mom-Mom" know that, that would not be happening were "Momma" able to drive and otherwise live unimpeded by disabilities (including debilitating mental illnesses). After all, "Momma" would be able to take Reilly to the groomer and the vet herself, and she'd be able to pay them herself. She'd also be able to run over quickly and stop "Auntie Michelle" right then and there from trying to clean pimples or anything else on Reilly without her permission. 

As "Momma"'s case demonstrates, though, even some families of single pet parents with disabilities consider the pet parents with disabilities as lesser pet parents at some level, even second-class pet parents and overall people at best—whether they mean to or don't mean to think of them that way.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Mostly Offbeat: Still Being A Bad "Momma" To Reilly While Waiting For A Clear Answer Re A Certain Matter, Etc..

"Momma", so to speak, seems to have beaten a dead horse re a certain matter. Nonetheless, it involves a kind of heartbreak and confusion which "Momma" has not been able to get over for almost three years now, especially if there's a possibility that she may be right about whom a certain person is in regard both to her and to Reilly (and wanting an answer straight from the source isn't bad, is it?). Besides, she's already said that "the tall guy", for example, is simply a family friend and not at all whom she thinks is her helpmate and Reilly's "Daddy". Also besides, he also wants an "uncle" for Camille and to be a better "Auntie Nicole" to her.

She's pretty sure that especially other pet owners who have disabilities can relate to this, by the way. After all, for instance, don't they want to be able to do more that they can't do for their pets alone? Also for instance and incidentally, "Momma"'s pretty sure that other pet owners can relate to that she almost fell off of her stool when Reilly barked within the hour, and "Momma" (like other pet owners with disabilities would like to be around for their pets) would like to be around for and not killed by Reilly because she fell due to a myoclonus flareup

Monday, November 6, 2017

Mostly Offbeat: Since Reilly's Reacting To The Family Friend Whom She Knows As "The Tall Guy" Well...

"Momma" has hope that, God willing, Reilly will react just as well and perhaps even better when (God willing) she meets whomever is supposed to be "Momma"'s helpmate (especially if he is whom "Momma" thinks, or at least hopes, that he is)—after all, Reilly as a "dogter" has to love and be loved by whomever (God wills to be) her "Daddy", right?

By the way, here's a better version of the video from when "the tall guy" came over:

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Mostly Offbeat: The Sooner That "Momma" Finds Out What A Certain Person Wants, The Better For Herself And Reilly

Not knowing has kept "Momma"—and as a result, Reillyway past midnight of late, even causing "Momma" to have OCD/Anxiety flareups while sewing Reilly's toy "Hippo". Even an answer such as "Your guess as to who your future helpmate and Reilly's future 'Daddy' is, is plainly incorrect" would immensely help "Momma" and Reilly.

By the way, this picture was taken at 2:07 AM on July 15th. The other one was actually taken on July 12, 2017 at 11:41 PM. Still, it goes to show that this is a frequent occurrence (Here, Reilly is snuggling with a toy wishbone.)

Monday, September 18, 2017

Mostly Offbeat: A Quick Note From "Momma" Re A Few People

In case anyone's wondering, "Momma"'s possible helpmate and Reilly's possible "Daddy" will never have to worry about Reilly's new friend or anyone else being "Momma"'s possible helpmate and Reilly's possible "Daddy", unless God wills otherwise. Besides, the family friend is not from the area whence "Momma" hinted that he comes. Also, Reilly has met the family friend before, whereas she has not met her possible "Daddy"¹.

¹Qui茅n "Mama" extra帽a todos y de qui茅n piense todos los d铆as.

Friday, August 25, 2017

Somewhat Offbeat: Notice That "Momma" Said "God Willing", And...

"Momma" could be wrong. Nonetheless, as she stated, what she revealed her potential helpmate and Reilly's potential "Daddy" was going to need to come out. It was also going come out at some point.

Besides, she's maintained that she wants the best for herself partly so that she can be a good "Momma" to Reilly, and that she wants the best for Reilly.

As she's said and in any case, yehi ratzon Yehovah la'asot ratzono

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Somewhat Offbeat: God Willing....

"Momma" may reveal who she thinks may eventually be her helpmate and Reilly's "Daddy" soon. She's given hints in the past¹ and already told Reilly multiple times. Besides—for example—after having to once again get Reilly's harness and leash on her to eventually get her muzzle on her, "Momma" knows that she needs to deal openly with the subject of many of her blog entries for over a year for her, Reilly's, and others'—including and especially "Momma"'s possible helpmate's and Reilly's possible "Daddy"'s—sakes.


  1. Reilly's going to have her 3.5-Gregorian-year birthday in a month and a day from now. As for her Hebrew half-year birthday, that's coming up on September 14th at sundown (Elul 23. She was born on 2 Adar 23 or 24, 5774).
  2. "Momma" turned 27.5 Gregorian years old yesterday (August 23rd at sundown) and will be 27.5 Hebrew years old on September 16th at sundown (Elul 25th.  the Rabbinic Calendar gave her the best estimate for when Rosh HaShanah 5750 occurred, by the way).
  3. In other words, time passes with both Reilly and "Momma" getting only older.
¹Another hint, by the way:  
讘注讬专 讘讗讝讜专 讘注讬专 讛讗讛讘转 讗讞讬诐,  诇讗 讘注诪拽 讜专讚 讘讗专抓 砖诇 诪专讬诐

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Somewhat Offbeat: Speaking Of Pet Owners With Disabilities...

"Momma" is really considering DBS Surgery. Of course, "Momma" also has to consider a few factors that she didn't have to consider during ITB Pump Surgery. For example:

  1. Of course, how Reilly will be affected overall.
  2. Having to have a shaved head, which might scare Reilly . Besides, one DBS patient, for example, has a supportive spouse and a head covering. "Momma", on the other hand, doesn't (at least yet) have her helpmate/Reilly's "Daddy" there in her life or their lives; and having a shaved head might alone further stigmatize her, even in the eyes of "Momma"'s possible helpmate/"Reilly"'s possible "Daddy"—any unattractiveness (as if "Momma" was ever really attractive, anyway) could have anyone revulse from her all the more; and that might affect Reilly and not even make the DBS Surgery worth it in the end.
  3. The albe-remote-and-nonetheless-existent risk of a brainbleed—and "Momma" already had a Category-Three one at birth, thanks (Not being disrespectful to God; just saying.)
  4. Will "Momma" be able to go home relatively right away or have to be in a rehabilitation-and-recovery center and not see Reilly for while? Will Reilly be able to be brought at least to the hospital to see "Momma" at all (as some puppies have been allowed to do for their owners?)

Monday, August 21, 2017

Somewhat Offbeat: What Did "Auntie Michelle" Do?! And How Did "Momma" and Reilly Respond?

Firstly, in Spanish (Porque, ¿porqu茅 no?):

  1. La forma violenta en que "Tita Miguela" hiciera hablando—aunque comprensiblemente—de varios incidentes en el pasado a uno de sus amigos hace algunos momentos estuvo haciendo "Mama" tener miedo por su seguridad y la  seguridad de Reily. ¡"Tita Miguela" puede hablar violentemente de vez en cuando, y—incidentemente—"Mama" est谩 segura que el "Papi" potencial de Reily no tolerar铆a cuando su cu帽ada potencial hablaba en esa forma si 茅l fuera presente!
  2. Cuando "Tita Miguela" casi tuvo una disputaci贸n por predestinaci贸n con eso amigo, Reily quiso la confortar porque pens贸 que su amigo la hizo da帽o ella. Mientras tanto, ¨Mama¨ brome贸 a "Tita Miguela", ¿¨Qui茅n eres—Pedro Alfonsi?" "Tita Miguela" lo entendi贸 el chiste
In English: (En ingl茅s):

  1. The violent way in which "Auntie Michelle" was speaking—albe understandably—of several incidents in the past to one of her friends a few moments ago was making "Momma" afraid for her safety and Reilly's safety. "Auntie Michelle" can speak violently from time to time, and—incidentally—"Mama" is sure that Reilly's potential "Daddy" would not tolerate when his potential sister-in-law was speaking that way if he were present!
  2. When ""Auntie Michelle" almost had a disputation about with that friend, Reilly wanted to comfort her because she thought that her friend hurt her. Meanwhile, "Momma" joked to "Auntie Michelle" "Who are you—Petrus Alfonsi?" "Auntie Michelle" didn't get the joke.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Mostly Offbeat: "Momma"'s Change Of Mind On A Certain Subject For Her And Reilly's Sakes

After "Momma" just had a panic attack that included chest pain which felt like heart-attack chest pain, she changed her mind re a certain subject: she will continue to write about a helpmate for herself and a "Daddy" for Reilly when to do so is appropriate after all. Besides, e.g., trying to carry Reilly over to say "Hi" and "Night nights" was hard enough when she almost fell and even harder when "Auntie Michelle" accused her of "dramatization" when she panicked about almost falling.

Besides, as "Momma" has written, she thinks that her possible helpmate and Reilly's "Daddy" would be way more supportive of her than "Auntie Michelle" and "Mom-Mom" have been.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Mostly Offbeat: Just A Thought That "Momma"'s Had Of Late

At this point, "Momma" thinks that she's written enough about needing a helpmate for herself and a "Daddy" for Reilly¹. For her and Reilly's—and, she supposes, quite a few others'—sakes, she'll stop writing about the subject for right now and leave it at that (and in God's hands in any case)—notwithstanding that the subject in of itself² will bug her everyday until she gets clear answers about it, and will be on her mind every day—after all, neither she nor anyone else can change God's will; and neither she nor anyone else can force God's will to be in anyone's favor or disfavor.

In addition, "Momma" in a way feels sorry that she ever wrote those blog entries—she did, for example, seem to come off as desparate. Nonetheless, she just wants the best for herself—including to be a better "Momma" to Reilly—and Reilly, and she wants clear answers.

As has been said, then:

³讬讛讬 专爪讜谉 讬讛讜讛 诇注砖讜转 专爪讜谞讜.

Meanwhile, "Momma" will focus on other subjects concerning Reilly on which she's focused before.

¹ Not to mention implied whom she thinks that he might be (if God wills)
² And what she's mentioned about the subject (e.g., re God's will)
³ And "Momma" asks (and "Momma"'s sure that Reilly would ask) others to pray about it—and pray regarding other matters: e.g., for her and Reilly, and for all the pet owners and pets whom were directly affected by this weekend's riots in Charlottesville and other disasters.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Peeing In The Bed And Getting "Momma" Into Trouble!

Leave to Reilly's misbehavior to ruin a day which had a bright spot, as the (albe-lovable) brat "peedied" in "Momma"'s bed and "Momma" found out by somehow getting wet feet when she got under her blankets! "Momma"—of course—got blamed and had to change her sheets, despite that "Auntie Michelle" should've taken out Reilly again when Reilly didn't "peedy" the first time—and despite "Auntie Michelle"'s excuse of having to get to bed early—leave 5'-5'1.75" "Momma" with Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis to have to either take Reilly out and risk her and Reilly's lives, or have Reilly end up "peedying" in "Momma"'s bed!

At least "Mom-Mom" doesn't trust "Auntie Michelle" to Reilly to "go potty" at nighttime anymore—"Momma" nonetheless needs a helpmate for herself and a "Daddy" for Reilly, partly since "Momma"'s not wanting to have to depend on "Mom-Mom"'s (with-strings-attached) assistance and "Auntie Michelle"'s (ultimate lack of) assistance in the long term!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

A Long Story Short, &c.: e.g., "Momma" Got Blamed For What Reilly Did

Never mind that, for example:

  1. "Momma" explicitly told Reilly to stay while she was going to get something outside, and Reilly decided to be a trickster and burst out the door.
  2. "Momma" has Cerebral Palsy and can't be as fast or strong as "Momma", "Auntie Michelle", or "Momma"'s possible helpmate and Reilly's possible "Daddy"¹—and that Reilly takes advantage of that fact, despite that she doesn't quite understand that "Momma" has C.P. and Scoliosis with a ~5"1.75 height (Last she heard, she's actually ~5"0 now—getting older and shrinking already).
  3. Reilly explicitly disobeyed orders to, for example, stop eating birdseed and get out of "Mom-Mom"'s garden.
"Mom-Mom", of course, doesn't believe that sometimes puppies are at fault—and "Momma"'s 27 and still got into trouble like a seven-year-old child. 馃檮

Meanwhile, "Momma" told "Auntie Michelle" one more disadvantage of debarking Reilly: that she would no longer have her unique barks, such as when she plays with "Mom-Mom" or greets the aide that comes over every day to help "Momma" get out and walk (at "Mom-Mom"'s insistence—just in general, having an aide at 27 years old is quite embarrassing for "Momma").

¹ Incidental note to him: Por favor a menos que D铆os quiere de otra manera, no renuncie a m铆 y Reily— espereme y Reily—no haya dejado a t铆.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Like Stealing Food From A Puppy...Oh; Wait. And An Incidental Note

After Reilly and Camille had their evening "num nums", enough wet food for them to have a little extra food (or dessert or whatever one wants to call the leftover food) was left in the recently-opened can. As happens at every other time when a new can's been opened and someone has to put away the food that wasn't served, then, whoever put the unserved food in a jar to refrigerate it gave the last little bits of food from the can to them—and the "whoever" this time was "Momma"/"Auntie Nicole"—and this time's whoever had to eventually block her "dogter" from attempting to take her furniece's share of the food from the furniece (including by trying to block the furniece, whom had to try to counterblock the "dogter").

About three separate times, "Auntie Nicole"/"Momma" had to take the spoon with the wet food on it from Camille to keep it out of Reilly's covetous reach, especially since Reilly wouldn't remain sitting and let Camille have her portion of the extra "num nums"—and of course, leave Reilly to get "Momma"/"Auntie Nicole" into trouble with "Mom-Mom" for not just giving Camille her fair share of the extra "num nums"!

"Momma"/"Auntie Nicole" finally had to have Reilly sit and put her hand on Reilly's back to have her remain sitting while Camille got her extra share of the "num nums".

Just like Reilly to get "Momma" into trouble, like stealing food from a puppy...oh wait,,,,well, by trying to steal food from another puppy—for as much as Reilly is a lovable brat, Reilly is a brat; and for as much as she is a brat, she is a lovable brat!

PS "Momma" and Reilly (at least try to) never forget to pray for everyone, especially for whomever "Momma"'s helpmate and Reilly's "Daddy" is (especially if he is whom "Momma" thinks that he is), every day—please don't think that "Momma" doesn't care about anybody else, and nobody has to doubt that Reilly (who even gets jealous for everyone's attention!) cares for everyone!

Monday, July 10, 2017

A Prayer That "Momma" and Reilly (Try To) Pray Every Night (And That Has It Variants)

After "Momma" gets Reilly to come over by her and says something like, "Let's say our prayers", "Momma" (with Reilly praying however puppies can pray) begins with the "Our Father" prayer and prays the following prayer (although not by rote. PS Hopefully, this refutes "Auntie Michelle"'s allegation that "Momma" does not pray for her. Also, it might be interesting to share and guide others whom pray with their own pets):

"Lord, we pray for 'Mom-Mom', 'Auntie Michelle', and Cam—even when they're being pains in the butt!

"We pray for ourselves and each other, and we pray for others whom need prayers on their behalves—including those whom are praying with and for us.

"We also include Reilly's 'Daddy' in our prayers, regardless of who he is [though 'Momma' at least sometimes adds under her breath, "especially if he's [then his name, since only 'Momma' and Reilly, and maybe one other person, think that the person in question might be Reilly's 'Daddy' and 'Momma''s helpmate].


"Momma" and Reilly at least sometimes also try to pray the prayer if they forget to pray it at night, whether they pray it in the morning, before Reilly and Camille nap, etc.. They even pray it with Camille from time to time.

PS At some level, puppies (and other pets, and other animals) really can pray. One guy even taught his own puppy how to pray before meals (Actually, several people have their puppies—pre-adult, adult, and senior puppies alike—and other pets to pray before meals, bedtime, etc.!

By the way, Reilly doesn't need to know "HaMotzi" since she really doesn't eat bread; and the Birkat Hakohanim and Shema should be prayed more consistently than they are. 

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Somewhat Offbeat: Thinking About Poor Reilly On Father's Day

For Reilly to see "Momma" go through heartbreak as she has no helpmate for herself and "Daddy" for Reilly has to be incredibly painful for her. Reilly has understandably given "Momma" looks of frustration, anger, etc. as "Momma" and Reilly have gone "night nights" later than "Momma" has promised as she stays up thinking about and getting frustrated in regards to getting no unequivocal answer as to what her possible helpmate and Reilly's possible "Daddy" wants.

How long's it going to take—until "Momma"'s in her 40s to 60s, or until Reilly is in her older years or even—God forbid—shortly before she would die (even if she does make it until "Momma"'s at least 60; and given that "Momma"'s only ~24.17 years and two days older than Reilly) in Gregorian terms)?

This heartbreak has been going on for quite a while and been part of exacerbating "Momma"'s Depression flareups, etc., and been affecting Reilly since "Momma"'s been affected.

Poor Reilly—poor Roosel!

PS Incidentally and on a cheerier note, "Momma" and the rest of Reilly's human family have a lot of other nicknames for Reilly besides "Roosel"—Reisy Rosalicita being one of them, for example.

Friday, June 9, 2017

Last Quick-Break-In-The-Promised-Post Cycle, Part Three

After just yesterday with getting a scratch from Reilly when she tried to roll her over, getting pulled by Camille to the point of almost falling (and having to tell both Reilly and Camille constantly "No pull"), etc., "Momma"/"Auntie Nicole" came to the same old conclusion that she's discussed before: she could use a helpmate for herself and a "Daddy" for Reilly. What else is there to say? As she even said about this upcoming Father's Day:

"How Father's Day will be for "Momma" and Reilly is to be seen, especially since Reilly has never met her "Pop-Pop" ("Momma"'s dad) and she doesn't yet have a human "Daddy" of her own (let alone her possible "Daddy" in her life, and "Momma" could certainly use a helpmate to help her be able to help Reilly more)—all while Reilly will be 3.25 Gregorian years old on June 25th and"Momma" will be a month short of 27.5 Gregorian years old on June 23rd (Time passes!)."

It seems like a broken record, but so seem "Momma"'s life and (to at least some extent) Reilly's life at this point; and is having a helpmate for "Momma" and "Daddy" for Reilly too much to ask? (Apparently, it was even by Mother's Day 馃檮.)