Tuesday, December 11, 2012

reunited

Graham gets special privileges around here.
Each morning, the poet feeds the pups and lets them out while I snooze, mainly because he has always gotten up FAR earlier than I have, even when I had to squeeze IM training in before work.  
After they have their breakfast and chew toy time, the girls hit their houses for a nap and Graham, because he is a spoiled baby, runs down the steps and jumps in bed with his mamas.  And there we snuggle until I pry myself out of the bed to start the day.  
It's one of the things I've missed the most about being in Colorado, and one of the things I am most thankful to have back.  I've forgotten about how quickly he takes up the entire bed, stretching and kicking me in the kidneys until I move over.  Or how he will suddenly sneeze violently, directly into my ear.  Sometimes, if I don't have to be up early, I'll go get the girls and we'll all have a good pre-dawn session.
I'm so happy in Colorado already, I love it and I'm excited to complete this move, but life just hasn't been the same without my family.
But we're definitely going to need a bigger bed.

17 comments:

  1. Love the pics! Glad to hear you are happy with your decision to move.

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  2. I wanna squeeze them again. Love.

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  3. So glad you are back together! Must be an amazing feeling.

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  4. Brilliant pictures! When I was in Vegas this year for work I just couldn't wait to get home to my baby girl! Luckily I have an understanding wife.

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  5. Awwww! Baby Graham and lots of puppies!!

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  6. So cute!!!! I love a good puppy snuggle

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  7. Ahhhh why does it look like he's getting his period all over the floor in the first pic??

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    1. Purple flower on the carpet! Graham says, excuuuse me.

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    2. Haha got it! He's so cute, I would have forgiven him anyway.

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  8. This is amazing! I want puppies now!

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  9. It never fails, if I am snuggling my dog, she will sneeze in my face. Never fails. Looks like it's time for that California King!

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  10. Dogs make everything better… always!

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