We've got all kinds of cute going on around these parts!
She's like a walking piece of chocolatey deliciousness.
The pets with senority are taking her in stride.
She deeply appreciates our propensity for large sinks.
And the humans in the family are smitten.
Because what human wouldn't be smitten with a face like this?!
That and the fact that she has a new, soft, fleecy bed.
What small human wouldn't be smitten with that?!
At this point Dixie hadn't mistaken S-girl's foot for a chew toy so all was well with the world.
Speaking of smitten....the elders in the family are slightly less smitten.
Or better yet...annoyed.
Because when you are 98 dog years old...the patience wanes.
But we are hoping that Dixie will bring a little "spark" to Jake's final days.
And possibly lengthen them?
A family can hope, right?
The Elmo chair is a hit, as per usual.
I spy with my little eye a pair of S-girl's underwear tucked away for a little "snack" after a long winter's nap.
Stop! I can't take any more cute. It's much too much!!
And all of this has got me wondering.... why we didn't purchase one of these years ago.
Think of all of the toilet fiascoes that could have been avoided!
Dixie isn't thrilled.
But my children?
Well, they've spent the better part of the day chillin' in the crate.
Who knew sitting in a cage would be so entertaining?
Hmmm...maybe we are on to something here!
The title of my new book will be as follows:
Crate Training Your Children-What Took Us So long?
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