Don't tell my boys - their lobbying will begin afresh. It's a whole new chapter about to open up...
Will you be getting the sheep too?
wonderful dogs, still miss my one after 8 years - she was a challenge though!jenny
Can you spin it's hair?! Are you getting a boy or girl, or are you deciding when you get there?I bet the boys are thrilled!!Kathryn xx
Moog thinks that's a grand idea!!I can't wait to see the state of that gorgeous Stash Basket once puppers has discovered the joy of yarn :o)Just think of all those puppy blankets you can knit!xx
Hahaha! when he's properly trained, you may come here and help me herd the sheep;-DWe've had border collies at home several times- wonderful dogs, but they need a lot of attention and training. Hubby (and the kids)wants one, but so far I've said no...
wow, what an adventure!!!!
Eeeeeeep! How envious am I? Very! I shall not show my children ...
OMGVery jealous (although I think I might prefer a sheltie; the lovely's grandparents have one and she is the loveliest creature ever :D )
Most intelligent dogs, very good with children. We always had one when I was growing up. BEST choice of dog, and being bright, they respond to lots of training well: will undoubtedly be prepared to play football with the boys. Ours always ignored wool...fingers crossed! Mairianna.
wah! A new baby! I like babies :) I may have to came and take some photos!
Put your yarn up high...my dog has some border in her and she likes yarns...especially wool yarn!
Do you think it eats woodworm?
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