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Introducing..........

My baby boy! He's noisy, tiring, demanding, never stops crying and yet he's everything i wanted....


We named him BOLT, Don't ask me why his daddy liked the name so i said OK because we'd already been though 100 others, plus the other hundred we went through trying to figure out a name for his sister, who has a new home with my BF's dad. We were actually looking for a border collie for his dads 50Th birthday prezzie but i fell i love with this little guy so ray bought me him!

His sister is named bonnie after about a week and a half of having no name and being called puppy! no pictures of her as yet, because she never sits still!


Bolt, on the other hand seems to sleep more than anything else! I swear he actually believes he's a baby! We've had him two weeks now and he's already learnt where he can and can not pee, and so stop and the road side when told! lol (can you tell that he has taken over my life?)


However there is one bonus to a dog that likes to sleep during the day, just not at night, i get some time to stitch between the walks, toilet runs and general amusement! lol
This is sleepy pooh bear and piglet all done and dusted, now i just have to find the perfect fabric to go with it. I like the star print with it but I'm not sure.

And one last pic just because its cute and its one of my two favourite guys lol. i don't know who is the biggest softie!

Comments

Stephanie said…
Love the new blog layout SJ!!
Very handsome guys too. :)
Sally said…
Awww how cute!! Lovely piccie of your BF and Bolt:)

Cute finish too.Nice to see you stitching.
laura west kong said…
Glad to see you back! Very cute photos as always. =(^_^)=
venus said…
Thank you SO MUCH for this post. I loved it. Enjoy every minute of your life. very cute one it is.... very cute photos....

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