Brace yourselves for more puppy posts. Sorry, but I'm in love, and you know how that goes. This little dog has the whole family utterly charmed. He is sleeping on my toes right now, warming my feet and feeling secure. Puppytoes! He spent last night...and the night before...on the Boss's lap, wrapped up in his blankets. If you think farmers are tough guys and all hard and grumpy, just check out this duo.
It's a sweet deal for me- I get to play with a puppy all day and still sleep at night, while the little guy snuggles with his babysitter and both are utterly content.
Meanwhile, when I brought him in from his morning constitutional (he has a morning, second morning, three-hundredth morning, oops, oops, noon, second noon, oops, oops, tenth midnight....you get the idea, constitutionals.....thank God it's not winter)....anyhow, when I brought him in he ran and got Daisy's dish and banged it against my ankles, so yesterday wasn't an accident.
|Alan bought him a puppy bed, but he likes sneakers better...and they are a perfect fit|
Whenever Peggy sees him she hollers, "Dog, dog, dog," and blows him kisses. He seems to think she is pretty cool too. We are careful with their interactions, as they are both babies, but I think they will grow to be great friends. It is good to grow up with a puppy.It ain't bad being pretty old with a puppy either.