It's cold and it's icy, and we're venturing into a new chapter trying to see if it fits our family well. I think I will be discussing that when everything's clear. So many things have been going on but we definitely need a break... so a date night it is! I think that it's really important in relationships to go out even on a simple date night. I've heard many times that people who get in long term relationships or when they get married often neglect the so-called little things.
Maybe I'm a little cheesy.
Okay, maybe I'm a really cheesy and sentimental person but I think I've learned a thing or two about relationships. I'm no expert by no means, and I also understand everyone is different and what works for one will not always work for everyone; however, I do know for a fact that taking feelings for granted will not have good results.
Ein the Snappagator is now transforming into a less floofier version but oh boy, he's still one fluffy bundle of joy! He's growing up so fast but I know it's only been a few weeks, not even a month since we brought him home. I'm already missing the floof baby, I need more puppies. More corgos plz?
We're still working on a couple of things - potty training and Hans not being so deathly afraid of him! Which is odd, although I know he's never been really with a tiny pup so I can see why he's so cautious. Well then, now let's hope he tells me when it's time to go potty. Yes, our poor carpet.
Oh goodness, Ein's a fast growing puppy!!! A few weeks ago, he was making his weird cries of sadness as we drove home and he was missing his mom and siblings. It really broke my heart but I know he is going to a loving home (us!) lol. My mission is to make sure he is very loved, just like his big brother Hans!
Next thing I know - here he is chasing Hans nom-noming on random things. Yep, he sure is more of a chewer than his big bro. I'm puppy-proofing the house more than I ever had to. His current favorite target? Daddy Bear's shoes!
I've been doing my best to train Ein and he is a very smart puppy. I also noticed that even at a young age, he is very stubborn. I think I need to do a tad bit more research of corgos! So far, I've learned that they are very strong willed and they will nip - as they are herding dogs. I also learned that you must break these habits while they are young. On top of that... I also learned that, back to, they are stubborn.
New year, new chapter!
2020 was one crazy year and the world is entering another chapter with a lot of uncertainty. I still want to look at 2020 as a good year - there were a lot changes, a lot challenges, and even a lot of heartbreaks. Despite of it all, there's new hopes and goals we must pursue. I don't intend to be insensitive because I know there's a lot of people who suffered worse and lost more than just a job. We all mourn and grieve in different ways, but we also have to move forward in our own ways.
Well, I'm that annoying Tita who screams positiviteeeeey!!!
Hey, it's me!
I've always loved to write. Not saying I'm good at it, but hey this is the story of my life!
Things I Love
Photography. Puppies. Arts. Crafts. Cooking. Animals. Makeup. Beaches. Pink things.