Ever since we got to watch a little egg grow into a little Fajita, we have had a little weak spot. A weak spot that needs filled with a gaggle of baby sharks.
So when we roll up into our favorite fish store to find the teeniest of teeny sharks our weak spot started pounding and squealing. Okay, the squeals may have come from yours truly. I have no excuses, I was excited.
If you didn’t catch the hint at our newest addition on our Facebook page, we are now giving formal introductions.
Meet our new baby shark, also know as pride and joy.
The smallest I have ever seen. About the size of a little paperclip, but squirmy. Tim says his eyes are just beginning to form, and I say he looks translucent.
After letting him “drip” for about an hour, we introduced him to home.
Watch for little Fajita at the end, he looks thrilled.
You know what this means right, our “shark tank” that is in the works just took a turn into “shark habitat”. Tim has dreams of tanks he can swim in, and I have dreams of baby rays. This is becoming a sickness, someone send a shrink.