Thursday, November 15, 2012

turkeys and paws






Those were the turkeys...now are you ready for the paws?! This is probably only cute to Dave and I :) Whenever we go into a room and shut Sadie out, she is so sweet. She doesn't scratch or whine or bark. She just sticks her tiny little paw under the door.....



"Mommy, Daddy, I'm here!"


"Hello, hello?! Are you there?"

"I miss you."



"I want to be with you...Mommy? Daddy?"


"Can I pleeeeeeease come in??"

(she is the sweetest little dear)

8 comments:

Connie said...

I love your bright and pretty turkeys. Tell the kids "Great Job!"
Everything about your home is bright and happy . . . what a lovely environment for raising a family :)

Have a blessed day.
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Kellie said...

OMW! It is 12:50 and I can't sleep alone in the living room laughing out loud... along with the two canines snoring behind the couch! That is soooo stinkin cute! Puppy dogs are such a wonderful example of unconditional love!

Dawn said...

LOVE the turkeys!!!

Monica said...

I have to confess I'm a bit jealous. Our 30 pound mutt has taken to throwing his whole body weight against the door whenever I come inside and he's not finished playing (which he never is). Can you tell it doesn't amuse me? ;/ Sadie is a cutie!

Ruth said...

How cute. The turkeys are so fun and cheerful. I love that little doggie paw peeking in. It's something my puppy would definitely try.
Ruth

Lydia said...

Sadie is precious. If I thought Thomas wouldn't sit on her with his fat self and smother her, I might come kidnap her. My cats do the paw thing under the doors too, especially when anyone in our house has to potty. Why can't a mommy EVER use the bathroom without someone trying to get her attention?!!

Sarah Michelle said...

Oh my gosh I just found your blog. You're so cool! I hope I'm like you when I have kids:) also, it's nice to know that someone artistic and passionate about it can still be bold and passionate for God:)

Sarah Michelle said...

Oh my gosh I just found your blog. You're so cool! I hope I'm like you when I have kids:) also, it's nice to know that someone artistic and passionate about it can still be bold and passionate for God:)