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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Our Christmas Surprise

Nope, not a baby. Sorry family, just not quite ready for that ha! But... We do have this new baby...
 
 
Everybody, please say hello to our sweet new girl who has yet to be named. I know, I know, we're working on that. But what I can say is she is absolutely the sweetest little gal around and our stories of how we came to be together are quite epic {if I say so myself}.
 
 
She and I made a trip to the vet yesterday and received nothing but good news! She will need to gain a bit of weight. No worries there, we believe in eating around our family!
 
This sweet gal is right around 2-3 years old, loves Milk Bones, long naps, and being outside. She is warming up very quickly to her new brothers and is having so much fun being the princess of the household. We are working on her potty training skills since she was never taught how to decipher when to hold it. Yesterday, she learned that she can sleep on the couch and has quickly taken ownership of one of them.
 
 
We are already so in love with this sweet girl and cannot wait to continue to watch her grow into our family. In the meantime, what should we name her?
 
**Please excuse any weird aligning of text - Blogger doesn't seem to want to work with me this morning.......

 

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7 comments:

  1. Awww, so sweet! Glad that you could rescue her. I'm thinking she looks like a Gertrude. ;)

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  2. So sweet! I'm so happy she was rescued - she'll love her life with you. I think she looks like a Rosie to me!

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  3. Aww what a cutie! I name my dad's dog Paco, sooooo....how about Juan Pablo?! :-p

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  4. Kelly!! I'm so glad you guys have decided to keep her :) I love the idea of naming her a name that means "rescued" or something about God "renewing." (For example- my mom saved a kitten whose eyes were matted shut, he was near blind! She cleaned his eyes and cared for him and of course kept him - and he has THE MOST gorgeous sea-blue eyes you have ever seen in your life. We gave him a name that translates to "He gives new sight"

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  5. So so sweet!! What a perfect Christmas gift...for her especially! Call me corny, but anything having to do with adoption around the holidays just reminds me of all Jesus did for me. And having a pup before kids is good practice, so your families should be very happy about that! It's definitely a step in the "right" direction. ;)

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