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February 21, 2018

Bath Time

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 7:03 am

Somedays, Sir W picks the worst places to nap. For some reason, he often naps next to the tub when the girls are getting a bath. You would think with all the water splashing and bubbles flying in the air, it would deter him, but no.. He continues to lay there and the girls find joy in seeing how many bubbles they can get on him. He loves his girls. Have a great week everyone!

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Wonderful Evening

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 7:02 am

On Valentine’s night when you have a dog, a 2 and a 4 year old full of energy, what do you do? Stay home, order cheese bread and have a Valentine’s Days party under the kitchen table with Peppa, Minnie Mouse and Sir W. How awesome is that?! Have a great weekend everyone!

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Loving your puppy

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 7:00 am

Toddler G loves Sir W but she also loves to mess with him. While someone was outside doing their duty, G thought it would be a good time for a snack. So she took the bag of chips my husband was eating and went to the sliding door to see where Sir W went. When he returned to the door the look on his face as she and not sharing was priceless. Just last week, Sir W took pear slices out of her hands, and ate them… I wish he would not do that, his manners are awful. We love you Wilbur. Have a great week everyone!

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Shoveling Snow with a Dog

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 6:59 am

This is what I’m up against when I shovel… Wilbur. He loves to get directly in front of me and then he starts hopping like a bunny back and forth as I toss the snow. Is anyone else familiar with this? He probably thinks he’s being helpful showing me where the snow is or what not, but it’s Sir W, so it’s all good. Have a great weekend everyone!

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February 7, 2018

Sledding on Sunday

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 3:19 pm

Sunday morning, we woke up to some fresh snow. Sir W and the girls were thrilled, so we decided to go sledding. We took a couple of sleds, including my parents old toboggan. Are goal was to get girls and Sir W all on it, but were unsuccessful. Even though Sir W didn’t go for a ride on the sled, he still smiled for a photo. Have a great week everyone !

2.5.2018

Puppy Love

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 3:17 pm

I’m sure there are days when Sir W wants quiet time. However, the few times he’s left alone, he cries, barks, and scratches the paint off the window next to the front door. G noticed that someone was having a peaceful moment alone under the bed and said, Wilbur needs some company. So, they joined him and started the play next to him, they just love him. Have a great weekend everyone.

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Dirty Paws

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 3:16 pm

My goal is to keep my home clean. When you have a crazy puppy who loves to play in the mud and a 2 and a 4 year old, it can be challenging. Our backyard is a wee bit muddy since the snow is all melted and Mr Wilbur loves sliding in it..ugh. Just before we let him in, we warmed up some water to clean his paws. He didn’t care about getting rinsed as long as he could keep his orange ball in his mouth. Love you Wilbur. Have a great week everyone!

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Home Depot Dogs

Filed under: Uncategorized — denalithedog @ 3:15 pm

I enjoy having the whole family together when we go out. On this weeks visit to Home Depot, Sir W and the girls had fun. My husband ran with the girls in a racing shopping cart up and down the aisles while Wilbur shockingly let us push him in this odd thing to move lumber. I had Sir W posing next to my husband, while he picked out some wood for an art project. Sir W looks so happy, to bad he didn’t get any treats at Home Depot, maybe next time. Have a great weekend everyone!

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Antarctica

Filed under: Day in the life — denalithedog @ 3:11 pm

Sir W had a blast over the weekend, climbing and running on ice on Lake Erie in Port Clinton, Ohio. They are called either ice floes or ice shoves but they are huge ice mountains. I have no idea on the correct word. Toddler G describes it, ‘we’re in Antarctica.’ Some of the chunks of ice were up to 25 feet tall and and a lot of people were climbing on them. Wilbur was running up to people waggling his tail like crazy, I think this was his first time on ice, along with the girls and my husband. I had him pose on one of the huge blocks of ice. Also, I put a hat and scarf on him to keep him warm….love him. Have a great week everyone!

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