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Albert I'm a great admirer of your work . For someone so smart I'm surprised you don't recognize the signs...Shes pregnant your pet rock is about to have a pebble. Congratulations Mr. Einstein your about to be a father. When you get to the pet rock hospital, remember to check your pet rock in. You may have to wait in the waiting room while the nurses get your rock a bed ready. Make sure to give your pet rock some water to drink, and say that everything will be fine. Make sure to calm your pet rock down, as she may be feeling a bit nervous. The nurses may want you to leave the room, so it is probably best to read a book in the waiting room. However if you are a brave soul and wish to witness the delivery be prepared for the violence of it all ,do remember a hammer is required for delivery.
Once your pet rock has had her pebbles, look after the pebbles while she just relaxes. Then, when it's time to go home, get your birth certificate (you should have already chosen the name), and then help it look after the pebbles. For the first few months, pebbles only really sleep, but when it's about five months old, why not help your pet rock feed them? They only eat one strip of shredded paper, and they only drink water, so make sure to stock up!
This is a natural thing now that your rock is turning 40. It may be entering menopause. This early onset could have been exacerbated by spousal abuse, like sticking it in a sock drawer or years of neglect. Menopause symptoms include irregular periods, hot flashes, night sweats, sleep difficulties, and irritability. It originally immigrated from Mexico’s Rosarito Beach in the ‘70s, so it was accustomed to being outside and at higher temperatures. You could make it feel more at home by taking it out of the old straw and putting it in a nice box of sand with some small cactus plants to make it feel more at home. A small terrarium would suffice. During this transition period you can make it feel better by holding it more, give it a nice warm soapy bath and gently scrub it and take it with you on walks.
To help keep the peace at home, consider the following tips:
1 Prepare for crabbiness. Unless you're with one of the few lucky rocks who aren't bothered with menopause symptoms, mood swings are likely. ...
2 Be patient in the bedroom. ...
3 Make her feel beautiful. ...
4 Know that menopause is not forever, only diamonds are.
Always remember to be kind to your Pet. "The American Humane Association advocates caring, compassion and hope for our society's most vulnerable citizens."