Meet Nemo

We have a pet fish. His name is Nemo. He’s a blue fish in a blue tank with blue rocks. He’s kind of hard to see. John likes to talk to it. He’d talk to it all day long if I let him. Sometimes I tell him…

Nemo is asleep

            just so he’ll leave the fish alone for a while.

                                                 Even fish need a break. {I think}



  1. John looks less like a baby and more like a little boy in these pictures 🙁 How cute are his little hands folded neatly on the counter!!

  2. Yay for you getting a betta fish and not a goldfish! Goldfish are the most tortured fish… they need a HUGE fishtank to live a normal life (they can live like 50 years, no joke, if they’re in a good environment). Betta fish live 2-4 years and are happy in a small tank because they can breathe oxygen. You have a male, so he might even blow some bubble nests at the top of the water for fun!

    Betta fish don’t like other fish so keeping him alone is also good. I used to have fun with my bettas by putting a mirror up to the tank – they flare up their fins and fight with themselves heh. It’s good exercise 🙂 I also found the best food is floating pellets because they don’t end up on the bottom fouling up the water. It’s also to feed them to the fish one at a time 🙂

    Congrats to both of you! Bettas are a blast 🙂

  3. I just stumbled upon your blog, and I’m glad I did! I would love nothing more than to be a stay-at-home mom and wife someday, and I love finding blogs of people who are already living out my dream 🙂 I am a wife, but not a mom yet!

    The pictures of your son are so cute! They are so innocent and are entertained by the simplest things when they are little…I wish I was a little more like that sometimes! haha 🙂

  4. We have a Betta named Waawaa and he’s a new addition to our family! I got ours a little suction cup leaf that’s like a hammock — it’s really cute and he uses it at times too.

    • Oh, that is so cute. I think we’ll make a trip to the pet store and have a look. I’d never heard of anything like that before!! Who named your fish? 🙂

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