Ollie went for his second set of puppy shots yesterday and we were so proud of him. He took the injection like a little man, as well as all the pokes and prod-dings by the Vet. I was holding him while he was being examined and although he did seem to tremble at times, he wasn't the least bit fidgety which really surprised us for a ten week old pup. He got a clean bill of health and will return next month for his third and final puppy shots.
He weighs a whopping 5.9 pounds now! It will be three weeks on Saturday since he's come home and we've noticed a significant change in his size during that time.
Here he is just a few minutes ago. Do you think he has enough toys to keep him occupied?
|You mean I have to share my toys with Frankie?|
This afternoon our mail lady dropped off a package addressed to Ollie from his Auntie Ter'e in Florida.
Inside we found a slew of toys for Ollie and even a catnip mouse for Frankie.
Thanks Auntie Ter'e! We love them all!
So while Ollie plays and naps, I try to keep my hands busy. I finished the second stitchery design from Brownyn Hayes' Wishes quilt which you can read about here.
In addition, I was able to prep the last five blocks for the Comfort & Joy quilt along. I'm doing mine in wool-on-cotton which is a technique I love.
I'm currently working on the gingerbread men block...while Ollie sitting, of course.
Although I'm not spending a lot of time at my sewing machine, I feel as though I am getting a lot accomplished.
Ollie sitting isn't such a bad job after all!