Monday, May 21, 2012

Chloe Dog

Well, it was a big weekend in our home. We welcomed a new member of the family. Meet, Chloe. Chloe finally arrived on Saturday from Wisconsin where she was born and raised. She's a Polish Lowland Sheepdog puppy. She'll be 11 weeks on Thursday. Very exciting stuff.

We don't know a lot about Chloe yet. But what we do know about Chloe is that she likes ducks.

She likes to sleep most of the day away.

In true fashion, she's not so sure about stairs. Maybe when she gets a little bigger she'll get used to them.

She likes walks, but she's not so sure about other people, dogs, or cars yet. We'll be working on that.

She likes bikes though, which is good because Alex has one.

She also likes sitting on sunny porches. In the next couple of weeks we'll be figuring out the rest. But for right now, the last thing we know about her is that we are super in love. Welcome to the nest, Chloe!


  1. Aw! Congrats on the new addition!

  2. It was very nice to meet Chloe today -- hopefully tomorrow is less hectic for her :)

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