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Settling in just fine...

Friday, September 09, 2011

I mentioned a little while back that I was a little worried about Ari, our Lab/Chow fur baby adjusting to the new house. We spent the first night fairly sleepless, but it's really just gotten better from there. He LOVES the backyard! A large grassy place to play is something he's never had - well I don't really know what he had for the first 7 weeks or so of life. He seems to have become a little more indpendant with this discovery of an open space where he can explore and spend his time. I think this makes Wesley a little sad, especially when he refuses to come at night for bedtime. Then again, when I went to bed last night he snuggled right in between our heads just like he did at the loft when we lived in Memphis.

He's really had a good time...but sometimes I think he might miss NaNa and Emma during the day. =(

Hopefully, he'll adjust this well with the addition of little person in about 6 weeks.

 Now that he's settled maybe the humans will settle in soon...there's just so much to do!

XOXO





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4 comments

  1. These are such lovely photos of your dog. The light is really pretty and he's so cute!

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  2. ah, what a cute collage. Moving can be really tough on animals, but it sounds like he's doing really well. Good luck with getting settled in!

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  3. So much sweetness! Our first "baby" was a lab/husky mix and your photos lately have made me both happy and sad at the same time... I miss our baby! I am sure once you guys get settled, it will all even out, and honestly once Jonah arrives a little more independence on Ari's part might be a good thing!

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  4. Oh he's so regal looking! I'll bet in no time he'll be thinking of the new house as his home :)

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