the not-so-little, little puppy. . .

So I knew he wouldn’t stay a puppy forever. I KNEW that, but I still can’t believe our little 10lb child has turned into a 30lb child. . . overnight. And he’s not stopping anytime soon (hello 60lbs!). Tucker used to get carried around. . . everywhere. Heck, I still try to carry him around everywhere, but his head-its as big as mine, and his back paws-ya, they reach to my knees. I look ridiculous carrying our doodle around (but I most certainly don’t stop trying). This puppy was perhaps the best decision Mike and I have made (besides getting married. . . that was pretty awesome too). WE LOVE TUCKER. And I might be a tad biased, but he’s the cutest doodle on the block, and we’re raising him to be a gentleman. And before you say anything, we’re not cutting his hair until he proves to us he really cant see. . . by running into things.

  • LOVE Tucker! He is the cutest golden doodle ever!

  • Mom

    Excuse me but I remember such doodle named Tucker running into a screen door full tilt, head first on Sunday…does that count

  • LOL, owned by Mom!!!!!!!

    He is so cute… he’s the cutest dog in the world!!

    But Erin, if he’s half as tall as you right now… are you telling me he’s going to be taller than you at 60lbs?? 😉

  • Heather

    Well I am glad to know that if he is running in to things you will cute his hair. haha so funny

  • Erin – Can I please have Tucker? Or his sibling? I’ve been begging my Jack for a doodle for-EVAH! Instead we got a Frenchton, because he’s small…his name is Petey. But, Petey needs a friend and I say I want a doodle. Bad.

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