The \”Little One\” is now in her big girl chair!!
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18 thoughts on “This is how the boys watched the Patriots lose Sunday night!”
Watching the game outside with a bonfire…toooo coool!!
Now that is cool – I'd even watch football under those conditions and I don't even like sports (except ice skating and ball room dancing – if you can call it a sport) LOL
You have a TV outside AND a bonfire – how special is that!!! Look at that little one – they do grow up fast – what a doll.Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
This has got to be one of the strangest things I have ever seen!! And I'm not talking about the baby, who looks like she loves her new seat!
Now that sure looked like fun!
Now that is the way to watch football!
That looks like a blast!Nubbin wiggles,Oskar
We were so happy to see them loose!Karihttp://dogisgodinreverse.com/
Wow!Sure it was a pawesome way to watch the game!Hmmm…. not so happy about the result!Kisses and hugsLorenza
Oh my word!! Nutty…BOLBenny & Lily
Wow! How cool is this!Love ya lotsMaggie and Mitch
That is so cool! Thanks for the idea on how to watch football!
Morning Deborah…what great pictures. the little one is a beauty.Madi and Mom
Hello Deborah, I'm Chicco a small dog, and your blog is very beautiful.Do you like to visit me?Chicco
Love how you watch football! I guess snow doesn't hold you down!
Now that is a great way to watch football! Love the big girl chair too!
I’m still learning from you, but I’m improving myself. I certainly love reading every part that's written in your blog.Keep the tales coming. I beloved it!
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