Good intentions aren’t always enough

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Sophie loves Spencer. She sits there as he crawls all over her and pulls and bites her ears. She is constantly snouching him (aka, aggressively loving in an in your face and sucking all of your air way). In fact, the only time we are at all concerned about him while in her company is when she is overly excited and isn’t watching where she is running. She also knows that he likes her toys (they are the only toys with a flavor, after all) and so, in an attempt to be helpful, she brings him her nasty stuffed animals and half chewed bones. Now, I love that our dog loves the kids that much and is trying to be sweet, but…

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  1. yeeeeah….sweet puppy. I don’t blame you for being grossed out, though. I would think that Spencer would be kind of grossed out, too..

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  2. No, we didn’t sleep outside in this weather…just late posting thank goodness. Dan and I keep talking about wanting to see Maine. We will have to come and visit you this summer after the baby comes.I don’t know how you do it with the babies and pets. My kids want a pet, but I don’t know if I can handle one more thing that needs my attention!

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