Seanna is such a character
Seanna has her own big comfy bed underneath the dining room table, but recently she's been noticing how much Clementine loves to leave her own bed and cram herself into Tahlia's little doughnut bed. So Seanna has decided that it must be soooo much nicer than her own! She gave me so many smiles as I watched her wiggling this way and that, and turning herself inside out so that she'd fit, that I couldn't resist grabbing my camera and taking these pics of her.
Hmmmnnn......well, I've got my front half in the bed, but it's not all that comfy...
Whatcha looking at? I know exactly what I'm doing....I think....
Maybe I'll try this... no, that doesn't really work.
Hmmmn......well, now I've got the other end in, but where does my head go?
Ahhhhh! NOW I'm getting the hang of it!
I knew I could, I knew I could. Nite nite zzzzzzzzzzzz
At last! It finally stopped raining and the sun was shining all afternoon. The puppies had a fabulous time romping around with the kids team, and the older dogs were able to continue their obedience training with the kids, who are doing a fantastic job with them. Some of the pictures didn't work out, but here are the ones that did. It will soon be time for the puppies to leave, and I'm going to miss them so much!
Hi Josh, here is your little Dezzi you've renamed Reggie.
Michelle and Andrew, here is your little guy, Sweet Sammie
Pat, your darling wee chappie. Can't wait to hear what you're going to name him!
Paul and Nadene, here is little JAX
Dominique's little Chippy
Little Tuppy has wrapped herself around our little fingers and will be staying.
Tim and Nok's Sweet little Sally.
Happy Healthy Cuddly little Cobberdogs
The puppies are over eight weeks old now and they are such fun to watch and interact with. No matter how I'm feeling, just looking at them never fails to make me smile and laugh. It's been raining almost non stop the past two or three weeks and it's drenching wet outside so the puppies' outside time during the day has been in their sheltered wood chip play yard where they stay nice and dry and sheltered from the wind. I hope as you watch them tumbling about playing with their toys and each other, that they bring smiles and laughter to you too!
Playtime, while Tahlia keeps a motherly eye on her babies.
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