Sunday, October 3, 2010

Makes My Monday: Family of Five

Anyone who knows us in real life knows my eggs are waaay too aged to become a bun-in-the-oven; but we DO have a dog in the house...freshly blessed at Sunday's Blessing of the Animals.
Sharing our family love with a new furry member Makes My Monday.

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11 comments:

Rebecca said...

Love it!!! Congrats!

Annie said...

Cute!!!

Terra said...

Everyone looks great! Nice to see double daddy looking fab this fall! Thanks for sharing. Wait, that was not meant to leave the beautiful mom out...just that double dad has had some challenges and looks none the less for them!

Jeremi said...

beautiful family cheryl and beautiful family photo!!

thanks for the comment, we've actually talked a little about motion-sickness for ella and are keeping an eye on it. i don't think that was the main cause this trip though, she wasn't feeling 100% when we left, but we went with fingers crossed ......

do you mind me asking what your daughter takes?

have a super week!!
jeremi

Cheryl Allen Salinas said...

Hey -- such a beautiful photo! I noticed a pattern in myself, a bit late, but wouldn't get rid of any of 'em of course. Every three years I need to be desperately needed, in a dramatic bodily-fluid involving way that only babies and puppies can provide. First there was Hans, then, three years later, Wynne, then, three years later Emma, then, three years later Ellie. Yes, I did again feel the strong urge three years after Ellie, but got wise and began suppressing. Got a hysterectomy too, for good measure.

Missy (Two Little Monkeys) said...

Aww, so sweet! We are huge dog lovers so I know how important they are.

Amy said...

What kind of do is it? We have an american eskimo who looks like your dog, but maybe a little smaller!

blueviolet said...

Now that's just malarkey! Your eggs are not any older than mine.

Oh.

Cottongirl7 said...

Dogs bring so much to a family. They teach responsibility, help vacuum up the crumbs, and are always there with an ear to listen. Sometimes, I believe our boxer thinks the twins are hers. Great picture, looks like the dog will be well loved. :)

cat said...

Ah, he is a cutie. So glad you guys added that dimension toyour household.

girlytwins said...

Ohhhh yeah. Dogs are wonderful additions to the family. They make life a little sweeter :)