Thursday, September 12, 2013

Cuteness overload.

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She really was a pretty puppy...our Ginny Potter Harper Daisy Minnie Honey Glyman Boucher.

Ginny is growning into a very nice girl.  She learns quickly and gets along well with others.



We loves her.

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It's mutual.
I'm sure.


Is it wrong to clip her chin hairs?


Donna




20 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh.... forget about Ginny.... Look at how little Katie looks! yikes!

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  2. Anonymous10:12 AM

    IS THAT A OREO Katie IS EATING? DOES SHE NEED ME TO GET HER MORE KRISPY KREME? (HA) MELANIE

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  3. Yup! We always have Oreos :)
    You are the Krispy Kreme Kween!!
    Thank you for being Katie's supplier :)

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  4. Amy J in WI10:34 AM

    I clip our dogs' "eyebrow hairs" all the time. You want them to look feminine, don't you?

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  5. I do NOT think you should clip those hairs. I was once told they are sort of "sensory" feelers for animals. Our little baby has these wild eyebrows and chin hairs ... I just leave 'em alone.

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    1. Our groomer trims them and says girls don't need them. Cats use their whiskers as feelers but dogs don't.

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  6. I just laughed outloud about trimming her chin hairs. But 45th Parallel Quilter may be on to something!

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  7. What 45th said. ^^ my doggie used to get some wicked crazy eyebrow hairs and Foo Man Choo chin hairs. Of course he was a boy :-)

    Love any photos of K & G but especially that first one of puppy Ginny. Katie looks so pretty with the braid.

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  8. I think you should tell us all the bad things Ginny does. I have massive Lab envy. She is darling.

    How's the school year going for Katie?

    Di

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  9. Anonymous2:12 PM

    Is it wrong to clip any of our chin hairs?

    Bridget in Minnesota

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  10. Anonymous5:11 PM

    Such a cute shot............I love that love connection between Ginny and Katie! I'm glad Ginny plays well with others.......hope she doesn't run with scissors! Karen F.

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  11. Anonymous6:39 PM

    Of course you can! Our dog has those stray wirey whiskers on her muzzle. The groomer trims them every time.

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  12. I personally have wild eyebrows and chin hairs, and now I am wondering if I have done some sort of damage to my "sensory feelers" yanking them out. :)

    And on another note, your blog is a very favorite of mine. I found it by accident through the Pioneer Woman (I loved your title), and now, while I rarely visit the wonderful Pioneer Woman's site anymore, I still come here regularly. I for one am sad to see blogs lose out to FB. FB is like a big, giant party where you can have fun and snippets of catch-up time with a whole bunch of people. Blogs are more like dinner with a few friends.

    Thank you for letting a bunch of strangers feel like we are a few friends sitting down to dinner with you. :) Please keep blogging!

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  13. Anonymous7:44 AM

    Both Katie and Ginny have grown so much from one photo to the other!! Both are also such pretty girls. :)

    I love Tina's quote above ^^ "Blogs are more like dinner with a few friends." I so enjoy stopping in for "dinner" each day.

    Happy weekend to all!

    Mary Z

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  14. Katie and Ginny are such CUTIES!!!! Ginny is such a good girl not to steal someone's cookie. ;-)

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  15. Jodi O2:51 PM

    Thank you for showing pictures of Ginny, I had a yellow lab for 13 years, he has been gone for two and when I see Ginny I can remember all the good times that we had with our sweet boy Colt. Ginny is so sweet!

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  16. She is a beautiful dog! Our Harvey has chin hairs...love them!

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