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Thursday, September 24, 2009

OH! The trauma of moving!

Hold on to your seats for a heart-wrenching post. :-)

So this will be Bailey and Kelsee's very first move. Our current house is the only home they've ever known. In many ways, this is a very good thing because as we've packed boxes, taken pictures off walls and moved furniture, they have not really been affected. It's kind of like vacation -- the first time we pulled out our suitcases and packed them full of clothes, it didn't phase the girls. Now, however, after a number of vacations, when the suitcases come out of the closet, the girls get sad, pouty and a little anxious. Maybe because all of our clothes and suitcases are still where they belong, the girls are oblivious and their usual, happy puppy-selves.

DUN, DUN, DUN.....and then, all that changed. We started packing the guest bedroom (a.k.a. THEIR room) and suddenly they figured out that something was changing.....and I don't think they liked it one bit! As Will and I were taking pictures off the walls and wrapping up the accessories, we looked at the bed to find these two pathetic creatures.....

Both of them were hiding their heads under the bed....and they wouldn't come out. No, there weren't any balls or other fun toys stuck under the bed that they were fixated on....I checked. They were like little kids who think that if they cover their eyes, what's happening around them isn't REALLY happening. We finally pulled them from their den of denial and brought them into our room. There, they just pouted...

Apparently there is comfort in having each other to hold. ;-)

This last picture was actually taken a month or so ago, but it's too cute not to share. I had taken all of the sheets off the guest bed for washing and the comforter was folded at the end of the bed. Bailey, naturally, made herself at home right in the middle of the comforter. Will took the liberty of making it into a personal puppy-sized bed for the little princess herself....

Happy Thursday! :-)