It would appear that we have a rhino problem.
I have no idea where it came from, only that one night a couple of weeks ago, Edie announced at dinner that there was a rhino and it was making her "freak out".
And when she said "freak out", she totally freaked out, opening her eyes up wide and throwing her hands in the air.
At first we thought that maybe we had a wino problem - she's still working on her pronunciation - and that wouldn't have been a surprise, since we were probably drinking wine right at that very moment. But no, she clarified that it was a rhino.
This was a surprise. We were not aware that we had a rhino, but it seemed serious. Even more serious? Apparently the rhino was on Tango's body.
If there's anyone that's prone to freak outs that ultimately result in bodily fluid discharge, it's Tango, so we quickly checked him for rhinos, but came up empty. We were soon to learn that our rhino is not to be so easily caught - he's a covert genius and master of camouflage. While he's since been reported on our ceiling, in the sink, and in Edie's crib, I still have yet to spot him.
Luckily, the family has come to terms with our newest house guest and he/she no longer makes anyone freak out. I'm just thankful that the rhino doesn't use our yard like a Bonnaroo port-a-potty, unlike Edie's other nemeses, the raccoons.
That would most certainly make me freak out.