From the very beginning, Winn has loved to rummage around and bring me things. She proudly shows off her treasures and while it’s tricky, I’ve tried to get a picture whenever possible.
What could be a better way to celebrate her growth over the past year than to take a look at her answers to my constant question “what’s in your mouth”?
She quickly discovered that the recycling bin held all kinds of fun items from containers:
She loves to chew on the food and water bowls and string them around the house. I’m trying to train her to round them up and bring them to me so that I can fill them. That isn’t going so well.
She likes to bring me socks:
and random s**t she finds around the house:
My all time favorite was when she snuck upstairs, busted into the guest room, broke into the closet and pulled my sewing basket off the shelf. She rummaged through all of the spilled contents until she found the perfect item and ran downstairs and posed by the treat cabinet ready to make an exchange. There was a long trail of ribbon behind her as she proudly waited for me.Last but not least, day 364, yesterday. She chewed on a huge box that I set outside to and then tried to hide the evidence in her jowl when I opened the door.She’s a character and has brought an unlimited amount of joy to our family. Happy Birthday baby Winn, you are getting to be such a big girl but you are still such puppy at heart! Can I still call you my puppy and tiny baby now that your are one year old?