A Little Late….

I’m posting a little late today. You see, we have a new addition to the family. Meet Willy.

He is a 12 week old Yorkie/Bichon mix. So far Winslow and he are doing well.

She even tried to give him kisses!

She has let him know who the food boss is!

Lola (Daughter #1’s dog and Winslow’s littermate) came over yesterday to check out the new arrival.

He is already well loved by E3 who has the biggest heart for all animals.

He’s a spunky little guy! Not sure I’ll get much sewing done this week! Have a great day!

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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14 Responses to A Little Late….

  1. Charlotta Bright Norby says:

    Welcome to and congratulations on having adopted Willy. He’s an adorable pup. I have a soft spot for scruffy looking little dogs like that. He looks a lot like my terrier mix, Harry, though I’m sure Harry is a good bit bigger than Willy will ever become if you are correct about his breed.
    It’s wonderful that your grandson has a love for animals and I’m sure he and Willy will become good friends, but please be sure to watch him and the puppy. You ALWAYS have to watch kids and dogs, regardless of how good you think they both are, because they are both unpredictable, and they do not understand each others’ languages.
    Little E could easily squeeze the puppy too tightly and accidentally hurt him, Willy is a very little and young puppy, and if he does the puppy will undoubtedly try to bite him. If that happens, I’m sure he’ll have no idea what he has “done wrong” and you and he might think the puppy bit him for no reason at all.
    Actually, hugging is unnatural to a dog, so one should never let a child hug a dog they do not already know. When dogs interact with each other, the dominating dog will often put a paw or leg across the back or shoulders of another dog. Doing so shows that he is more powerful, it is an act of dominance, definitely not an act of love. So if you or your child walk up to a dog you don’t know and put your arm across the neck of the dog to hug him, the dog will feel it as an act of aggression or dominance, not a hug or a caress with the intent to show love.

  2. Congratulations on your new addition to the family. I recently adopted a little boy puppy too. They are a lot of work but amazing how fast they worm your way into your heart.

  3. So cute!!! ❤ Winslow & Willy will have many fun adventures 🙂

  4. Sandi says:

    He’s a cutie!! They all are sweet. Hugs,

  5. Susan reeves says:

    He is adorable and I love his name, Willy!

  6. lois92346 says:

    LOL! Whatever possessed you, Katy?? There must be a story behind this. E3 is just darling with Willy. I’m sure they will become very good friends.

  7. Willy is just adorable!! Nothing like puppy love;))) hugs, Julierose

  8. Tami Von Zalez says:

    Your puppy is adorable! Such a sweet face ~

  9. Darlynn Venne says:

    Darling!!!! Nope, no sewing but so worth the time. Congratulations.

  10. rl2b2017 says:

    Aww, welcome Willy! He is fabulous and you can see the kids love and adore him. Winslow is quite accepting as well – it worked out for the best. ~smile~ Roseanne

  11. Theresa Morgan says:

    How sweet. A loving new addition to your family…

  12. Willy is the perfect name, Katy! He’s so cute!

  13. Mona Snowden says:

    SO adorable!

  14. Kathy D. says:

    What a sweet little fur baby! Congrats on the new addition to the family.

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