Bullmarket French Bulldog Breeders

Boring Blogs and Pup Tents

As I write this, I’m waiting for Jennifer to arrive to steal take home Rumble. He’s the first one to leave the nest (and since he’s smack in the middle of his ‘let’s chew everything in sight’ phase, Sean has been making noises about packing his little suitcase for three days now). Everybody else leaves on Saturday or Sunday.

It’s occurred to me that, while I have puppies on the ground, this blog becomes an awfully boring place to be. I turn into one of those God awful new mommies, constantly rambling on about how kyooooot their kids are, and waving photographs in the face of anyone who’ll stand still for more than ten seconds. Of course, the fact that my babies are kyooot might have something to do with that, but it doesn’t change the fact that I really need to learn how to balance ‘other’ stuff with rambling on and on and on about adorable puppies and their cute little noses.

That said, here come some more photos. Suck it up — you can always go read Salon or something.

Sean and I took his dad to Ikea the other day, and while I was there I snagged an awesome little toy for $6 – a nylon ‘pup’ tent. I think it’s actually meant for cats, but I could instantly see what fun the puppies would have with it. Little did I know that someone else in the house would instantly claim it for their own.

Tessa in the pup tent

Of course, the puppies weren’t about to let Grandma Tessa have the entire tent all to herself. They immediately came over to find out just what was so fascinating in there.

Come out, grandma!

Eventually, when three puppies were crammed in there with her, Tessa decided it wasn’t worth the hassle. After that, one of the pups decided that the interior of the tent would make a nice place to poop. It’s now been retired to the utility closet until I can figure out how to get the smell out of it.

Thor says

The rest of the photos are over on Flickr, as always.

9 replies
  1. nestra
    nestra says:

    I liked the blog before but I have LOVED watching your puppies grow up. Most of us don’t get to see a litter develop like this.

    They are like little shots of pure joy – esp since I don’t have to clean up the poop!

  2. Jennifer
    Jennifer says:

    Rumble is home and it’s like he’s been here forever. He’s only had one little pee while in his crate, 2 p’s and a poop outside. Zoe the akita is not impressed. The cats won’t come near him. Right now he is busy killing his new toys and showing Nigel how tough he is.
    Will start a flickr account soon for him.

  3. Susan
    Susan says:

    No, no, not boring…enchanting. Hilarious. In fact, I will LOAN you a puppy to write about if you will, oh, say, housetrain him…don’t pay attention to that rotten egg smell, I’m sure it will pass. He’s very cuddly, he just sees no reason to wait until he gets outside when its so nice and warm indoors….

  4. Kim
    Kim says:

    This blog is the highlight of my day. It makes me feel like I can float in a sea of frenchies any time I want.

  5. Susan
    Susan says:

    PS — give me a puppy mommy before a baby mommy ANY day. The moment they give birth, they lose their minds.

  6. Marie
    Marie says:

    NOT boring. It lets those of us not interested in breeding to get a puppy fix without all the work. (And of course by work I mean poop. VBG) Plus it is nice to watch puppies from a REPUTABlE breeding program grow up. Like cookies without calories. No guilt involved. (ok maybe those cookies don’t exist but you get my point)

    And I would much rather listen to a puppy mom over a baby mom any day. Puppies are always cute, the same can’t always be said for new babies. (there I said it!)

    Marie’s last blog post..Reading facial expressions in dogs

Comments are closed.