Thursday, June 10, 2010

E.J. from first day home until now

Most of you know our darling Katie-Bug died of pneumonia on February 8th of this year. In remembrance of our girl, I wanted to do pictures of E.J from his first day home until now.  He can not take her place but he helps ease broken hearts.
E.J. with Jack on his first day home. E.J. only weighed 3.2 pounds but he thinks he is the size of a rottweiler!
He sleeps like this a lot with that tongue sticking out! You can hear him making a suckling noise too!
We thought it was funny bringing home a huge Bobo for him.  Turns out the bigger funny was how tough he tries to be with that Bobo!
Makes my neck hurt seeing him napping like that!  He sleeps in some of the oddest manners!
Here he is styling in his new harness.  He was a wee bit grumpy this day having had his shots.  LOL!  That look is a riot!
Nothing like a good snooze!
He loves the outdoors with his tennis ball or dragging sticks around and chasing the birds.
That face just melts my heart!
That is our boy!  He can still be a little terror but the biting of toes is getting better and he is now a big boy weighing in at 5.7 pounds!  He is learning to enjoy car rides and his crate is no longer a thing to be afraid of.  He is turning into quite the boy and has learned to sit for a treat.  Not sure what we will learn next but walking on a leash is in there somewhere.

7 comments:

Sioux said...

Precious puppy!!

Lisa said...

Michelle, he's such a precious little dear! I'm so thankful he is bringing you comfort and joy!

Amydeanne said...

oooo too cute!

Dee said...

What a sweet heart.

PlainCatholic said...

E.J. the Mighty is growing apace. Such a joy!

Mrs. Mobunny said...

We get our toes bit around here, too. It's worth it.

More Than Conquerors said...

Michelle,

What a sweetie E.J. :) He reminds me of sweet Katie. Thank God for giving him to you and bringing such joy and comfort to Jack and you. I love the ways he naps, so cute :)

Thanks for your visit, encouragements and prayers. I am keeping you and yours in prayers too.Take care and have a blessed week!

Warm regards,
Nancie