Or Momma Learns The Hard Way. Just because Clancy (at 14 1/2 weeks) was able to stay dry through his first night home in the family bed doesn't mean Oliver (at 8 1/2 weeks) is old enough to be able to do the same. After a 3:30 a.m. sheet change, liberal spraying of Simple Solution, and putting the baby in a belly band, we slept through the rest of the night uneventfully. He did wake me a few times with the suckling sounds from his nursing dreams, though.
He is otherwise settling
I'm sitting on the sofa listening to the blissful quiet. Hubby is napping, Clancy is napping, and (hallelujah!) baby Oliver has finally collapsed, 2 hours after arriving home, and is asleep in his puppy playpen. I gave him a hand-me-down bed that smells like just about every furry creature in the family, in the hopes he would find that comforting. I can't imagine what is going through his 8 1/2 week old mind, leaving behind all he has ever known for this strange new world. I had completely forgotten
Ok, decided to start a blog on this great new forum I have found if you'll permit me.
I live one road back from Swansea beach, and the beach is myself and tess's favourite place to run. However, as of the 1st May, dogs are no longer allowed on the beach until September 1st. Yesterday, because the weather was not very nice, I saw loads of dog walkers on the beach thinking that because the weather was not nice, the restrictions did not apply. Tess has yet to comprehend why we can't go
Updated 7th May 2011 at 07:02 AM by robbieswan
Up till now all Offiicial Schemes have published full results.
In the case of the BVA/KC CMSM Scheme the Kennel Club proposed only the name of the dog and its age at scanning should be published.
UK Cavalier Club members have been sent a paper asking for feedback on this partial publication proposal (The proposal is shown at the end of this blog )
There are two options 'agree' or 'disagree' and a comments box.
The option for 'full publication' of results and
Originally Posted by merello
The lanterns are great but you have to be very careful where you release them as they are so light and can drift easily if it's windy!! . We live in close proximity to Glasgow Airport and are on the flight path for the air helicopter to the hospital close by which is why we release them up the Braes.
Another thought would be if you sold special candles to be lit by people on a certain night at a certain time or people could use their own candles and maybe donate to Rupert's Fund. My cousins