A New Normal

Gidget at 6 months

It’s hard to believe that Gidget has been with us for four months now. This little ball of fluff with the perpetually bad hair day is closing in on seven pounds. Despite her mini size, the vet says she’s on the pudgy side, so we’ve had to scale back on the kibbles.

There’s something special about the love of a dog. Gidget (or Gidgee Midgee as I tend to call her) is always thrilled to see me, even if I’ve been out of the room for only a a few minutes. There’s no doubt that she’s captured our hearts and provided us with a new kind of normal. Here’s a peak into our new normal.

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5 Responses to A New Normal

  1. Simone says:

    What a lovely ‘new normal’ to have!

  2. Nancy says:

    It’s obvious she wants to play and her playmate is not in the mood for that nonsense. 🙂

  3. marilyn says:

    so cute ! Oh to have that much energy.

  4. Betsy says:

    Sounds like my house with my 10 month old Chaweenie, Franny, after our 2 cats. What would we do without them?

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