We Love to Babysit

Sam, Luke, Woody (abt 12 weeks) & Chloe

Sam, Luke, Woody (abt 12 weeks) & Chloe

We got to babysit Chloe (Luke’s littermate) and Woody (half brother to all three other doodles). I can tell you, this is a fun thing to get to do! It’s also part of the reason I haven’t posted much…I’ve been busy with the “chores”. These involve playing, snuggling, chasing, supervising (the littlest monster) and the taking and posting of pictures to Instagram.

Have you been following us on Instagram? If not, why not?? Instagram is super fun! You get to see a ton of really great photos, meet and communicate with really nice folks, and of course you get to see a lot of “as they happen” photos of the Dos Doodles.

I do have my feed over there on the sidebar, but that is just really intended to get you to want to come see the rest of the photos. Come on over and follow me. If you want.

Or just keep coming back here. We post a picture or two here, as well. 🙂

Wiggle Waggle Walk 2012

[singlepic id=1156 w=275 h=275 float=left]Yep. We did it again. We gathered up some friends and we attended the Wiggle Waggle Walk again this year. As always, we love to support a great cause, and this one is just that. Wiggle Waggle is a fundraising event to benefit the Pasadena Humane Society and all the great work that they do. I think they even made their goal this year…so that’s good news! Continue reading

Doods & Rotts…in the water??

Ok….Here we go with a boring home movie. I am aware that this is just a boring home movie, so don’t holler at me! But it does show the Doods and the Rotts playing around in the water and generally having a great time. So that’s kinda fun. I am now in search of a good editing program that I can use to cut some of these things down so they are maybe a bit more entertaining and a lot less “boring home movie”.

Nothing As Cute as an Australian Labradoodle Puppy

Australian Labradoodle puppies are just about the cutest thing on the planet. And that’s a fact.

I miss Sam and Luke as puppies so much. Having them when they were so little was the most fun thing ever. And now I have these two great dogs, which is also the most fun thing ever. It’s problematic that I still want puppies all the time, because that would lead to an unreasonably large group of doodles at my house. So the only alternative I’ve been able to come up with is to live vicariously through my friends who are getting doodle puppies.

 

 

Lately it’s been Puppy Day for some of my new doodle friends. This weekend it was another
Puppy Day for my friend Susan. Continue reading