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Old 12-21-2012, 02:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Oh those are nice too!!! More work than puppies, and it doesn't end at a year old, !!!!
Yes, that's what we're afraid of.


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Puppies are sooooooooooooo darn cute and irresistable!!!! But -- when you think of all the work that goes into raising a puppy, then you find them a little easier to resist.

Gustave is just sooooo darn cute.
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Puppies are horribly evil and wicked. I can not wait to get another!
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Old 12-21-2012, 03:21 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Ha ha ha! I just spit out my coffee laughing!! Some of us are just gluttons for punishment!!!
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It's an addiction.


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Awwww Gustave is growing up.
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Old 12-21-2012, 05:46 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Awwww Gustave is growing up.
He doesn't think he's too big for that red box you sent the blanket in. It's crazy how much he loves it. He would sleep in there if we let him.




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Oh those are nice too!!! More work than puppies, and it doesn't end at a year old, !!!!
AMEN!!! I have three skin puppies, so I am over it! I went for an older dog and am so happy I did. But puppies are SOOOO stinkin' cute though, and so nice to start with a clean slate. I just don't know that I have it in me to do a puppy ever again after these kids!
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AMEN!!! I have three skin puppies, so I am over it! I went for an older dog and am so happy I did. But puppies are SOOOO stinkin' cute though, and so nice to start with a clean slate. I just don't know that I have it in me to do a puppy ever again after these kids!
Believe it or not, Celeta when your kids grow up, you will miss all the crazy rowdy drama!! I missed it so much that I started my childcare . And ..... If you think that the ages of your kids are trying now? .... Wait until their teen agers!! Give me the babies or elementary ages. ANYDAY!!!!!
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Puppies are a lot of work. That's why we held out so long on our daughter. Finally broke down & got her one for her 12 birthday. We all love the pup, she is so cute, but yes a lot of work. Think that's why God makes babies furry & skin so darn adorable so we won't be able to resist at least a few times. Those skin babies are lots of work as well


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