Sunday, October 22, 2017

Late Sunday Morning Coffee

This morning, my husband and I took little Lilah Rose out for a cup of coffee at Starbucks.  She and I waited outside in the patio area while my husband ordered the bagels and coffee.


Lilah Rose was not to pleased at first.  There were lots of new sights, sounds, and smells.  She wanted to sit in my lap and after that, she was fine.

We want to take her out as much as we can to parks and restaurants etc to get her used to the big wide world.  We are excited about taking drives and perhaps going camping one day soon and we want Lilah Rose to enjoy the adventures with us. ♥

12 comments:

  1. Oh, how sweet your Lilah Rose is sitting there on your lap. She is such a pretty colour isn't she. It sounds as if both you and your husband are enjoying your new member of the family to the hilt. It will take a little time for her to get used to the big, wide world but it sounds as if you have a lot of wonderful experiences planned for her.

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    1. Kim, she is such a pretty brown. Like a light caramel color. ♥

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  2. Your Lilah Rose is so cute and tiny. At first, thought you were talking about a child.

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    1. LV, she is like a child now except she doesn't argue with me! :-)

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  3. It is always good to socialize dogs when they are pups. We did not do that with our cocker spaniel and totally regretted it!!

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    1. Arlene, she is pretty shy. I'm not sure how social she will be but I'm hoping she overcomes her shyness some.

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  4. Oh Gina,
    What a precious moment you captured there.
    Have a cozy Monday with your precious pup. : )

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    1. Billie Jo, as you know, there's nothing like a lap dog or two!

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    1. Connie, she loves to be held! She only weighs 9 lbs so she is light as a feather.

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