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Old 01-08-2013, 09:47 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Thanks!
That's awesome! Mabyn's parents are my old neighbors, they live just a mile away now.
I hope Mabyn likes the beach because we like to run on the boardwalk.
I started researching supplements today, I will probably have picked something out before the end of the week! :-)


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I noticed my little piggy was uncharacteristically quiet this morning when I was getting ready for work so I checked on her and found her wallowing around chewing on various toys!! Good girl!
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Running? Just remember that puppies shouldn't start super strenuous activity like running until I believe 18months. But man she will love it! I know mine would, poor thing never gets to run, lol, I would fall face first.


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Running? Just remember that puppies shouldn't start super strenuous activity like running until I believe 18months. But man she will love it! I know mine would, poor thing never gets to run, lol, I would fall face first.


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Oh I didn't mean now or anytime soon, I was thinking when she's all grown up!


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She has a whole yard to run with Dottie in the meantime... Of course when she's big enough to keep up!


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Okay excellent. Be sure to get the video camera ready :]


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My bf just captured the best photo of Dottie teaching Mabyn tug o war!!!
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I didn't do so bad though!
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Too cute! Is Mabyn completely white?


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I have an 11 week old baby girl. And she is like a nibbling, biting, chewing, teething machine right now! No ones fingers, toes, arms, or noses are safe!! We keep giving her something that's ok to chew every time she starts biting too. I figure soon or a later she'll figure it out. Like anything I'm sure it takes time.
The other morning I was in the shower and my 2 boys (7 &4) came squealing into the bathroom and were standing on top of the toilet seat lid saying that she was eating them!!! I couldn't help but laugh, she such a tiny little terror!
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Too cute! Is Mabyn completely white?


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Other than some spots on her nose and lips and a couple faint spots on her left ear, so far yes. I think she might get some more faint spotting like her dad eventually.


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