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I’d love to introduce our furry kids. We have two dogs that help make our family complete. Our oldest gal is Roxy a border collie/black lab cross. We adopted her as a pup; soon she will be 11. You can see on her face the sparkly grey bits that show she is aging. She still loves to hike and play just not all far and long. She is sweet with a personality that is easy going and accepts whatever activity we throw at her. She is often found with necklaces on or blankets draped over her.
Navy has been with us for 6 years. She is a border collie/blue heeler cross. She came from a rescue and is a little more of a handful. Luckily as she is aging she is mellowing out. She loves her ball and will chase it for hours if you are willing to throw or kick it for her. She is also a good little mama… when Emelia was a baby Navy would be on alert and come get me if she woke up or she thought something was wrong. She can usually be found sleeping on the livingroom chair or playing with her squeaky toys on the floor.
January 17th is my birthday and January 21st is our anniversary. They're so close together that we usually celebrate both in the same weekend on the same day. This year my birthday fell on a Sunday so we celebrated both on that day. We are celebrating 9
This past weekend we had a small baby shower for our sister-in-law Stacie, my brother Shawn and her are expecting their first child in March. A baby girl named Rylee. It was a beautiful shower and we are so excited to Aunt Jenn and Uncle Greg. Lots of
Just in a day's time there is so much that we do. Both Alec and I have full time jobs, we have a somewhat social life, and we have family. I feel like the question that has been around forever is, how do you balance all of these areas? I honestly don't