Monday, 23 November 2015

Emerging...

 
...from the puppy haze. Grabbing a few moments here and there, we've had two full nights sleep, after three weeks of night time barking, it's like winning the lottery!
 
Hopefully normal blogging will resume, but I will need a bit more sleep first.
 
 
Hope all is well and good in your part of the world.
 
 
Amanda :) xxx
 
 
 
 
Minnie on the other hand, is exactly the same, it's as if nothing has changed in her world. She seems unaware of the chaos, one small puppy has created! ;) xxx

 

28 comments:

  1. good to know!!!!! Little by little everything will be normal again!!! Have a good sleep,
    xxxxxx Ale

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  2. Minnie looks as though butter would not melt in her mouth! Good to know she is letting you sleep now, has she won you over yet and is now sleeping on the bed?

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    1. No, he's downstairs...goes into his bed at about 10, willingly...the up between 5-6ish, full of beans and wanting to play! Good job I'm a morning person ;) xxx

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  3. Oh he's so adorable. The nighttimes sounds quite tricky, but no doubt he will move through that phase soon. CJ xx

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    1. Think we've had a week of uninterrupted sleep now CJ, bliss! ;) xxx

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  4. That little face is adorable!!!!!!

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    1. It it...gosh, MUST post you a parcel!!! ;) xxx

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  5. Otto is so cute, yes little puppies can make a big noise, sorry you have been so sleep deprived and I wish you quieter nights and less chaos. I'm glad Minnie can sleep through it all.
    Love your yellow coffee pot, blue and white cup and collection of gravy boats! :-)
    xoxoxo ♡

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    1. Thanks Dianne, I think we are finally getting there on the sleep front...now to tackle the poop and pee! ;) xxx

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  6. I hope you have a quieter week, bless they both look so cute!xx

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  7. As I look at my snoozing 8 year old dog I am reminded of those puppy days when he never slept and chewed everything in sight but he was so adorable that I didn't even mind.....much. Otto could not be cuter. Hang in there. They grow up pretty fast.

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    1. I know Connie...he's changing everyday, soon this will all be a distant memory (I hope!) ;) xxx

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  8. Aw, the puppy and the cat are so cute. :) How old is the little one? And the blanket looks great!

    Take care
    Anne
    Crochet Between Worlds

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    1. Hi Anne, thanks for popping by. He's now 12 weeks old, I can't believe we've had him 4 weeks already! Thanks for the blanket compliment too, I do love crochet, not much time for it at the moment though! ;) xxx

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  9. Oh I remember the puppy haze. It was 10 years ago, but I remember like it was yesterday ;-). It's just phase and soon you'll be enjoying an incredibly adorable pup that sleeps through the night. It's so worth it.

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    1. He is worth it, he's absolutely gorgeous...thanks for your comments Grace, it's very much appreciated :) xxx

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  10. Ahh Otto looks so cute, it will get better I promise, it's just like having a baby again! Sarah x

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    1. And a toddler who's into everything, sometimes with hilarious consequences...although he did get in my yarn basket last night, which I though I'd hidden well! ;) xxx

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  11. I can't wait to meet him on Saturday, he is so beautiful love your big sister xx
    p s I hope Missy thinks the same x

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    1. I hope so too, she will probably put him in his place if he steps out of line!!! ;) xxx

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  12. They steal your hearts and your sanity and your time don't they, but I'm sure you'd no more be without darling Otto now than I'd be without my six hounds :)

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    1. They certainly do...our home would be too quiet without him now! I love that eve if I just nip out the room for a second, he greets me like we've been apart of years! Beats the grunts I get when I pick the girls up from school ;) xxx

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  13. What a lovely little dachs! I grew up with 50 of them - my mother bred them, and was a show judge. They are great little dogs but so self-willed...

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    1. Gosh Stephanie, your childhood must have been filled with lots of fun, and lots of noise too! ;) xxx

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