It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Welcome back!

They’re back, and I swear they’ve all grown in the past ten days!

Romeo is a hit. (Less so with me, given that he pooped in the kitchen 12 seconds before I took him outside this morning. Really. He was in his little coat and everything. I turned my back for a second to snap on Indie’s leash, he trotted into the kitchen, I did up my coat and then went to get him, and … Oh, well. All part of the learning curve!)

We’ve been outside, we frolicked in the snow. We came inside and cut out mittens for our craft later today. We’ve had snack, and now we’re waiting for Emily’s school bus. There were a few tears at drop-off — pretty much standard after a long break — but nothing that lasted more than a minute or two. And now I am sitting in the dining room while Grace finishes her snack in her highchair and Tyler and Rory lose cars under the couch. (And then go extract them and come out covered in dustballs. Who needs a Swiffer?)

It’s good to be back in the groove.


January 4, 2011 - Posted by | daycare

1 Comment »

  1. Great socialization for the puppy! Normally I lecture new dogs owners about getting their puppy socialized, but you won’t have a problem in that department!

    Nope. Not only the daycare tots all day long, but their parents twice a day — and everyone makes much of the new puppy, of course. This dog is seeing 15 to 30 faces a day, just with my work, never mind the neighbours we meet during his pee breaks.

    Comment by IfByYes | January 5, 2011 | Reply

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