Aiden seems to have settled in nicely and feels right at home here on Cape Cod…where it is much cooler than Michigan!
It’s really nice to see Aiden looking so at home and he’s even taken to running the agility course by himself! You two make the absolute best canine parents!
Thanks Andrea. Aiden saw the tunnel and went right through it on his own. He was very pleased with himself!
Beautiful flowers – I love landscape and I meant to tell you I love the Japanese maple in the front…I would have one (or more) in a heartbeat if they only grew here. And I guess that’s cedar shake shingles? Love those too, your house looks so charming. Now I feel like a total flower voyeur!
Scarlett your funny. I agree with you, when jack and Lynda visit again, i am putting Jack to work on the much needed landscaping around here!
Oh gosh me too! That’s the first thing I noticed, beautiful plants!
Yep, we have a cedar shingled little house.
I lot of houses on Cape Cod are shingled.
Aiden was just meant to be!
Oh my, he is so adorable! I love the ‘flying nun’ ears! He looks like a natural going through the tunnel….
What a confident super puppy he is. I’m sure there will be lots of titles after his name by the time he’s 1!
I am super excited for you and Jack. 🙂
Raj just looked at the photos of Aiden and his environment and then turned in his latest complaint list: he does not have his own tunnel; his yard looks scruffy; he wants better landscaping and more flowers. He says he is packing his bags and heading down the Cape.
He certainly seems to be fitting right in. I look forward to reading about his adventures with his brother Dylan!
Aww…he is adorable! Keep the pictures coming, so we can be there every step of the way.
Poor Aiden….he’s so neglected. 🙂 Snort. Pieka just informed me that she’s moving in with you, Lynda!