Saturday, December 26, 2009

It's a Weinerful Life

If our lives weren't crazy enough, we decided to throw in a puppy to the madness! Introducing Lexie Lou Moots...weighing in at 1 pound with redish gray hair and big brown eyes, she is totally stealing our hearts!

We had an unbelievable Christmas. I cannot even begin to tell you how wonderful our families are and how much fun we had just hanging out with loved ones! We spent Christmas eve with Christian's family and let me just tell you...they are a hoot! We wore pajamas all day which I think should be something we do 365 days a year.

Christian had to work on Christmas so I spent the day with my family! My brother and sis got a puppy as well, they got an Old English Bulldog named Jersey! This little puppy has more wardrobes than I do...she even has pajamas!!! Isn't she adorable?? My brother said that English Bulldogs are very clear-the-room kinda gassy, but hopefully little Jersey will mind her least when I am over there!!!

I hope each and everyone of you had a wonderful Christmas. Let us not forget that Jesus is the reason we celebrate, for without Him, we would be nothing.


  1. i love love love the pics! I love doggies! both are so cute!!

    how do you put pics together like that in your blog?

  2. Awww, such cute doggies! My neighbors have a precious English Bulldog named Moxie, and I'm her "aunt". She spends time at my house when her parents are out of town and I've never noticed her being especially there's hope!

  3. Your puppy is so precious. I love the name. Your brother's puppy is so cute too. Glad to hear you had a Merry Christmas!

  4. Those puppies are adorable!!!! I think you'll love Lexie, and Jersey is just sweet looking!

  5. Great pictures. I have 2 long haired dachshunds. One is 10 and the other is 11. They are a joy.

    Two things I wished I had worked harder on in the beginning:

    - brushing their teeth every week (dachshund are the type of breed whose teeth go bad easily). It cost $100 to take out a bad tooth.

    - training them right away...they were so cute and I let it go for a bit....but I was sorry when I was still training at 7's harder then.