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02 February 2012 @ 02:40 pm
Hi again everybody! I'm newly married and expecting a baby AND I got a new house and the bostons have gone nuts with so much space! Does anyone else have bostons who are obsessed with doors? I have an older house and it has french doors and doors between rooms and the bostons love pushing them open and going around in circles and running through different doors when I call them! Also, sam has fallen in love with a small patch of lino in the hallway way and just skids out on it and does wheelies until he's completely wound up and crazy. Bostons.... :) I miss all of you, and remember, you can add me on facebook Holly C. Cawker!
Jennylittlesunflower on February 3rd, 2012 03:25 am (UTC)
My Bostons don't like a closed door. If I don't shut the door completely, they will nudge it open. They like to be free to go anywhere. Nothing is cuter than seeing a little face squeeze through a crack in the door, followed by a little body. "Oh, hai, what is going on in here?"

I have given up keeping them out of my son's nursery.
Nancie: Personal - Oliver and Banjoeicnan on February 3rd, 2012 02:34 pm (UTC)
Same with mine - any closed door drives in him insane (minus closets, it' the doors that aren't always closed that are the issue).

I'm constantly getting up to let Banjo in because he didn't get with the program and enter a room before I shut the door. Having a toddler in the house has greatly disturbed his door positions.
Jennylittlesunflower on February 3rd, 2012 03:25 am (UTC)
Oh, and congrats and congrats again!
Madalyn: bt: capellalovebird on February 3rd, 2012 04:10 pm (UTC)
Lol my mom's poodle is like that. Capella doesn't mind shut doors unless one of us is behind one. Otherwise she leaves them alone. She's more into lights and reflections. Christmas time was uh interesting. She'd sit behind the tree and just stare and paw at the wall. Speaking from experience my very rambunctious girl has changed SO much since I had my son. She's so lazy and chill now hah.