Bella and DiDi: Let yourself adjust.


As many of you know, we got two new family members over the past month or so. First came Toby, our lovely Poodle nephew who our human sister Rosebud adopted in August.

Then our other human sister, Petunia gave birth to our adorable human nephew Cooper in early September.

All of this change has been dizzying and enough to cause a canine to see images of treats floating over his or her head. Needless to say, it has taken us some time to adjust. Toby and Cooper have had to do the same thing.

Since Cooper doesn’t seem to do anything but sleep, eat and poop (he doesn’t even have to sit for his treats), we thought about how Toby adjusted to our yard.

Thankfully, Rosebud captured it all on a camera.

Bella and DiDi: We didn’t know what this little lamb was doing in our yard. Plus, we just had a scrape with a squirrel.

                      Bella and DiDi: You smell nice and aren’t so bad.

                       Bella and DiDi: You’re one of us now. Let’s play!

We are happy to have our new Poodle and non-Poodle pack members around, even if it took some getting used to.


Bella and DiDi
















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19 thoughts on “Bella and DiDi: Let yourself adjust.

  1. Bella and DiDi, change is always difficult but it looks like you ladies are mastering it just fine! I love these photos of you ladies and Toby! What a beautiful yard you have. A big welcome to Toby and Cooper! :)

  2. Welcome Toby! You look very striking next to Bella and Didi and congratulations on the new little hooman, Cooper. Whee find little hoomans can be quite noisy so get your paws ready to go over your ears!

    Nibbles, Nutty, Buddy & Basil

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