My content has been close to non-existent lately and the reason is I want to write more than simply beauty related. Don't get me wrong, I am just as much of a product junkie as I was before, but I want variety. I am not changing my name, but I will be adding in more posts that could be categorized as more lifestyle related. If you don't want to read a mix, then that's fine!! Blogging is supposed to be about content you want to create and that's what I am attempting to do.
Now onto my blog post...
|Molly is our Lab/Vizsla mix, she is the blonde one taking up all the space. Bailey is our Vizsla and he is in the back. Molly is 5 and Bailey is 7. We adopted Molly from a rescue when she was 1.5 years old. Bailey we've had since he was 8 weeks old.|
I'm going to try to be less concerned about content and just start writing often about my dogs.
This is for me, so if anyone else reads it, I hope you find some enjoyment from it.
|Bailey on his 7th birthday :)|
Lately, Bailey has been sleeping on the couch at night. I walk them both, then Bailey jumps up on the couch and I wrap him in a blanket. Molly, sits patiently as I do my nightly routine of turning off lights, Scentsy warmers, and a quick pick up (just in case Bailey jumps down). Weirdly enough, my dogs stay put all night and only move if they really need to be walked. If I wake up in the middle of the night, I will go check on Bailey and re-cover him with a blanket (he usually kicks it off at some point).
|Random moment with Molly when I made a dish towel into a cape for her :)|
Back to Molly, she waits for me to finish up, and then she follows me into our bedroom. I have a dog bed right next to my side of the bed and she sleeps on that. I cover her with one of our very soft blankets, tell her "I love you" and she is off to sleep.
Our dogs used to join us on our bed every night, but Molly is a bit of a bed hog. She is 20 pounds less than Bailey and takes up more space than the rest of us. She is always moving around and Bailey started to sleep on the couch because of it. Now she has her own tempur-pedic dog bed, that is big enough to allow her to lay out the way she wants to.
In the morning, I roll over and see Molly's beautiful eyes staring at me, I call her up and she joins me in bed for a morning snuggle. Which means to her, I must give her a belly rub, as she rolls around on her back. Then I call Bailey to the bedroom, after a few shouts of his name, he sluggishly joins us for morning snuggles and rubs. After a few minutes, it's time to get the day started with a walk outside for the dogs.
I love every moment with these dogs, even when they drive me crazy, they're my everything, and I cannot imagine my life without them.