|See how adorable he is??|
We paused a few minutes later for these pictures.
|Notice Roxi's stunned look and how Dinger is too big to fit in the frame. I had already been peed on by this point.|
|Stopping at the park. Dinger is clearly already bigger than Roxi, but this picture doesn't do him justice still. You can see his coloring a lot better now though, he is gorgeous.|
|They both liked watching the trusses of the bridge we went over.|
|Eventually little dude passed out like a drunk college kid.|
Through all this, Roxi is still continuing to give us evil looks as she sits in her high up arm chair out of the puppy's reach, likely plotting our demise or thinking up a way to ditch Dinger. She's clearly jealous but other than that, they are doing fine together. Dinger really wants to play and cuddle with Roxi but currently she is still being a bitter and grumpy old lady. Dinger is basically a big, slow klutz. For a puppy he is very, very calm. He can be a bit slobbery but he loves to sit on you and give kisses. We're working on making sure the cuddles and kisses don't get too enthusiastically out of control. Like I said, he's already a big boy and his love is overwhelming. Sadly I'll have to leave for work very soon, pretty much the second I get settled in and finish all the unpacking, and I'm sure when I get back Dinger will be even larger than I can expect. I'm sure I will have a new entertaining subject to write about for a while now that he's home. He's very curious, I already had to explain to Dinger that we don't lick the salt lamps or chew on the stormtrooper in the living room. I also envision some stories about him getting stuck in places he things he's small enough for, like under the bed and in Roxi sized kennels.
|This will only work for so long.|
All I can hope now is that Travis learns to pick up his socks before Dinger eats them.
P.S. I promise a wedding post and honeymoon post are in the works soon but they are kind of a big deal so they will take some time to write.