Ok, so I know the last time I mentioned the Easter Bunny I gave him a really hard time for sneaking into my house at night and leaving chocolate goodies I couldn’t even eat. Not to mention I wasn’t even allowed to bite him or bark at him!
But I guess Mr. Easter Bunny heard me loud and clear, because he really tried to win me over this year.
Not only did he bring my sister a whole bunch of fun toys (non-chocolate I might add), that I may or may not have opened for her…
…but he also brought me some fun toys too. He has good taste too, because he shops at my favorite store, The Barkshop*.
So yeah, that Bunny, I guess he’s not so bad.
I was actually a little disappointed once my basket was empty. But when one door closes, another opens.
And that door brought my Nannie & Opa (and my MomMom, PopPop, cousins, aunts and uncles too!), who also brought me presents!!
I’m one lucky dog!
My Easter fun didn’t end there though, it was time for the annual egg hunt, and since this year was my sister’s first time I had to teach her how it was done.
She actually didn’t do too poorly, but it’s probably because she had a pretty awesome teacher.
Well, that about sums up my Easter, and as you can see Baby P and I are now totally on team Easter Bunny!
But, just FYI Bunny, Baby P and I won’t hesitate to use stink faces on you should you bring us icky presents next year. 😉
P.S. For once I’m not the one that can’t sit still for a photograph.
Well, it’s almost that time of year again. A day when a giant bunny visits your home in the night and leaves you little chocolatey presents in a basket (that you aren’t even allowed to eat if you’re a dog), and you’re expected not to bite him, chase him, or do anything that you would normally do to a bunny should he come into your home.
Yea, I don’t really get it either.
But, in an effort to humor my mom, and make my little sister happy, I did something that goes against ALL of my instincts as a fierce hunting dog.
I sat on the Easter Bunny’s lap at the mall.
I didn’t bite him, but I was definitely not going to smile for my photo either! (Baby P was totally supporting me too and refused to smile as well!)
I hope you’re happy mom, because I’m pretty sure all the critters in my backyard are laughing their tails off!
Happy Easter Everyone! Have you ever taken your dog to visit the Easter Bunny?
Well, another month has passed and suddenly Baby P is 8 months old! My bestest buddy is growing up much too quickly, and already so much has changed in the last month.
With everyday that passes Miss P’s personality comes out more and more. And she definitely takes after her big brother (me), because she’s got a whole lot of sass and spunk!
We’re still thick as thieves, and since Baby P started crawling just after she turned 7 months – we’re both getting into lots of mischief now.
While we both like a lot of the same things (eating, exploring, and chewing on stuff), we do still differ in our love of naps. Miss P can go all day long with only two 30 minute naps, and I still need my 7-8 hour long naps! They might be pushing 9 these days though, because Miss P could run circles around me and she’s oh-so-exhausting.
But that’s ok, because when she’s awake she’s so much fun to play with. She even has a special name for me, “Nano” – pretty soon I’m sure it will sound more like Ammo, but for now Nano it is!
Love you Baby P, can’t wait for even more fun as Mom and Dad say you’re getting closer and closer to walking everyday!
Disclaimer: This post and giveaway is brought to you by WO Design. All opinions are my own, and I only share products I think you and your pets will love.
As dogs there are only a few things Trooper and I think about on a daily basis: Eat, Sleep, Play. Repeat. But what if I told you by doing one of those things there is a way you could help others? Pretty cool, right?
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Trooper and I got to test out the WO Disc and the WO Bone.
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And while no dog toy is completely indestructible, these WO toys certain lasted up to Trooper and mine’s rigorous testing.
We even took laps around the house with the WO Bone just to be sure.
And guess what! These made in the USA dog toys are even recyclable! How cool is that! But Trooper and I don’t plan on recycling ours anytime soon, because we are having much too much fun playing with them.
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While it’s true that Baby P and I have already been on so many adventures together (I did after all take her on her very first 14 hour road trip), it wasn’t until fairly recently that she REALLY started taking an interest in me. Yes, she’s loved me from day 1, but now she actually plays with me!
I’m so excited to have a playmate, and I’m teaching her all of my favorite games (barking and tug of war mainly), just see for yourself:
I’m going to have to order her a super hero cape to match mine soon, because boy are we going to have lots of super things to do in our future together!
What do you think Baby P and I should do for our next adventure?