Sunday, March 8, 2015

PIC HEAVY WITH PUPPIES!!!

On Wednesday, Mar. 4th, my friend K's Meghan (our Seamus' niece, and our Peanuts' sister) gave birth to 2 beautiful baby boys!
After having helped K whelp litters of 6 & 8 pups, these two were a piece of cake!!
As always, click to biggify...

Below is Oscar (for now) ~ the first born...


Mom and baby ~


Another close-up


Mom with Oscar & Felix...


Felix...


Meggie is being SUCH a good mom ~ keeping the babies spotless!


There is nothing so sweet...


Yes, doxie babies do NOT look like doxies!  They grow the noses as they get bigger ~


6 comments:

mollie said...

They're so adorable, I can hardly bear it, LOL. Love, love, love <3Those two names are my very favourites, too! A big welcome to the world, Oscar & Felix and congratulations to everyone :)

Lynn Stevens said...

Awe, I don't think their is anything cuter than puppies!!!!
and easy peasy for mom too with only 2
Hugs Lynn

Suzan Sweatman said...

It's almost too much beauty to take in - are they gorgeous or what ?
Oscar and Felix - too too cute for words ( which will be the slob do you think? )
Thanks for letting me know about the post - this just made my day !!!
Congratulations Mama ( and you too Grandma )
xoxo

Art and Sand said...

My daughter loves doxies and wanted a picture of the pups to send to her boyfriend.

I saw the doctor today. My surgery isn't scheduled, but it will be in the next 2-3 weeks. It will be same day, I won't have a splint and can use my hand right away. It will be to take care of carpal tunnel issues that were determined from my nerve test. This sounds so much better than the original plan.

I will make sure the surgery isn't March 25.

Carolyn said...

Love the photos of the new puppies. They are so precious! Any one that holds one will want to take it home.

cathy said...

P*R*E*C*I*O*U*S!!!!! And oh my so so tiny. Why are puppies so darn adorable?


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