Mini-Mock, Cats, And Fight Songs

I think I may have told you before that Mr. Mock really wants a dog. I love dogs, but the only dog I want is Daisy’s dog. And if I can’t have Daisy’s dog, I want a guarantee that whatever dog I get will behave just like Daisy’s dog. And that’s highly unlikely.

Which is why it totally cracks me up that Mini-Mock has decided he wants a cat. I didn’t put him up to this at all, you guys. He has recently, all by himself, decided he wants a cat. This totally drives Mr. Mock crazy. This is the equivalent of Mini-Mock telling Mr. Mock he wants to wear a tutu and make-up. I don’t know why, but it is. Mr. Mock has somehow convinced himself that it’s just not cool or manly to want a cat.

But cats ARE cool. Just look at the cat in the video above. I mean, that cat has figured out how to give itself a back massage while going downstairs. That is a very resourceful cat. I asked Mini-Mock the other day what he would name a cat if he got a cat. And he said, “James.” Apparently, Mini-Mock is a fan of traditional names.

Speaking of tradition, Mini-Mock has made Mr. Mock proud by learning the UGA fight song. It’s featured in the video below, along with some completely random and inexplicable dialogue about crying in the living room and Home Depot being devoid of people. I should also warn you that there is nudity involved.


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  • jenn

    How funny!

  • Sondra

    I truly believe that Mini-Mock might just be the cutest kid I’ve ever seen. What fun you’ll have showing him that video when he’s older! Thanks for sharing with us, Mock.

  • lindsayboat

    Music to my ears and too cute đŸ™‚ I can only hope my own children will learn the UGA fight song so early.

  • R

    My best friend and her husband went to UGA, so I’m going to have to make her promise to finalloy check out this website! Too stinking cute!

  • Hatchetwoman

    Insanely cute! I love kids and their random statements.

    About the cat … I think some men think of cats as being “girly” because kittens are so darn cute. But if you get a good hunter, you’ll see Mr. Mock convert. Once he sees the cat cruelty inflicted on the prey by a good hunter, he won’t think cats are girly!

    Seriously, a good cat is worth more than its weight in gold. As you can probably tell, I’ve had one — very polite, never bared a claw toward a person, smart as a whip, a great hunter and a good mom. She converted many an anti-cat person.

  • Rachel

    LOVE the bathtime video — especially the living room/Home Depot conversation.
    As for the cats — well, my family is the opposite. I’m the dog person, and my husband is the cat person. The cats still outnumber the dogs in our house, but I got a new dog for Christmas, so our numbers are becoming more equal (of course, one dog does weigh nearly 100 lbs, so he guess he counts for at least two cats).

  • JustaGaGirl

    Okay, so being from Georgia and a HUGE UGA fan, my son learned the fight song by age two….and by age 4 had the Star Spangled Banner down because, as he says, “That’s the football songs” – he is now 5 and learning some Black Eyed Peas and Fergie! Gotta love this age!