Posts Tagged With: kids and puppies
I think this picture is the epitome of what “Kiddos and Pups” is all about. Enjoy!
Holy cow! Things are crazy around here. Last night, somewhere around 7pm last night, I looked around and noticed there were no pups anywhere to be seen. I asked the kids where they were, and they looked around and didn’t see them. Now, I know there were there just a little bit before this because [...]
I was getting Ashley and Derek out of the bath, and Troy and Jason were brushing their teeth. Ashley gets done and wanders out into the hallway. All of a sudden, Troy says, “Ma! Ma! Ashley lost a tooth!” Now, Ash is only 19 months old. She should not be losing a tooth right now, [...]
You were three weeks old When we brought you home. You could barely walk Or eat on your own. Little balls of fur So kind and sweet. Cuddled up in a ball On the floor by my feet. I would feed you milk Three times a day, And teach you to sit, Shake hands, and [...]
I have written several posts now about my pups, but I have never fully explained what they really are. I have mentioned that they are wolfdogs, but I have not described what that means, so I have decided to dedicate today’s post to explaining this majestic breed of dog. A wolf dog used [...]
Most of you have probably heard of the natural bond between dogs and children. Well, with two puppies and four children, I have had a chance to witness it on several occasions. The first time I saw it was when we first went to pick out the puppies. As soon as we got [...]
All four of my children have had this divine obsession with the toilet. They would constantly be wandering in to pay homage to their “Porcelain God.” They would perform splashing rituals, getting themselves and the entire bathroom soaked. They would offer sacrifices of toys, cooking utensils, and iTouches. (Apparently they wanted to be sure I [...]