I bet your home is a lot of fun with those dogs and grandkids! Can't get too attached to material things with all those sweet creatures around.Humbling is a good way to describe raising a puppy for sure! And I hear you about the difference between small and big dogs. I went in the opposite direction, from big to small, and swore the little guys would not get away with things just because they’re little.
I’ve failed at that. There is no way I would have let the big dogs careen through the living room and climb on the furniture the way these little dogs do. They would have been promptly escorted outside to carry on out there.
And those glass lamps, well if they break, it’s on me! Four dogs, grandkids (one is a toddler)..what was I thinking? But they’re really pretty, and were a great deal at Marshall’s...lol!
I remember an ex-boyfriend referring to Gracie bouncing towards him on her back legs as "doing wheelies." And it usually elicited an "Awwwww!" from everyone else.
If Peggy does that now it's "lunging" and "Very Bad."
Poor Peggy. ?
She's learning to just sort of dance in one spot when she can muster the self-control, rather than lunging towards people. I'm undecided on how I feel about that.