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Maddie's new bed

We got Maddie this bed from Petsmart yesterday.  We needed more room in our kitchen due to all of the holiday gatherings we will be having, starting with the women's meeting last night.  Working around a twin mattress laying in there just wasn't working too well as far as having people over.  This mattress is about the size of a baby crib mattress.  We were very blessed to catch a special sale and get it for 1/2 price.   She lays on it when we are home and she is out of her kennel.  Of course her place of choice to lay is our bed however being that she's not well enough to jump up there yet, or jump off, she can't be on there right now.  I miss it greatly and layed with her on the twin bed a lot.  Now, I lay half my body across her little bed with her here, to spend time with her.  You can tell she loves her little blankies and toys.  We love her and are so blessed that our baby is still with us.  Thanks for your prayers.



 



Comments

Debbie said…
WOW!!! She looks amazing!!! I am so glad to see she can get up and walk! I love the way she lets her tongue hang out...sooooo cute!
Susan said…
I am so thankful she is doing alot better. Love her so much !!!

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