Yes, we are indeed back to the good ol' window photo shoots with the resident pouty puppy. You're welcome.
Doodle of the Day:
Don't mind the crooked background in that there doodle, most especially that wonky window. I don't believe in rulers.
Did you know?
Did you know studies have found that allergies are less likely to manifest in children who are exposed to cats at a young age, such as when the child is less than a year old? Indeed, early exposure to kitties can potentially save a child from a life with a variety of allergies. When discussing studies on this matter, Marshall Plaut, M.D., who is with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, said, "High pet exposure early in life appears to protect against not only pet allergy but also other types of common allergies, such as allergy to dust mites, ragweed, and grass." Bring on those kitties!
You want out there, don'tcha, Astrid?
Seems that the more babies are exposed to, the less likely that they will develop problems in the future, like peanuts, cats, dust.
Hi precious Astrid, you look forlorn sweetie, what's wrong?
That's a take me outside for a walk look. Does it work?
Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. My best to your mom. ♥
Astrid is a cutie. I didn't even notice that the window was crooked until I read it. I am glad my great nieces have 2 cats and a dog. :)
Crooked or not we love the doodle. Astrid are you ready for a walk
Hi Astrid ! Purrs
We love you, Astrid!
Oh, thank you! :) We do love us some Astrid! :)
It helps, i guess, my kids have very few allergies.
Love the window puppy pics!
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