Everyday Adventures in Havachon Heaven

The Good, Crazy, & Adorable Life of One Havachon Puppy

And when she was bad….

on August 11, 2010

Longfellow said it best:

There was a little girl
Who had a little curl
Right in the middle of her forehead.
And when she was good
She was very, very good
But when she was bad
She was horrid.

Our Daisy might not have a curl in the middle of her forehead, but she’s got curls all over and believe me, all this cuteness can be very, very naughty sometimes! Take a look at that expression in the picture – that’s Daisy at her rebellious best. This expression is usually accompanied by some very demanding barking, and when we tell her NO, she gives a couple of shrill, tantrumy yaps and then races around and around the family room at top speed, growling in short bursts (which is pretty funny coming from a high-pitched, tiny puppy!) with her ears flying straight out behind her. Somehow, for some reason, she insists on cramming herself through narrow little spaces (like between the end table and the sofa), and one of these days, she’s going to get too big for that and knock herself silly! She eventually stops short in a lying down position – we still don’t know how she does this without the momentum toppling her over – and forgets the whole rebellion.

She may be angry because she’s not getting her way, but her rebellious antics are oh so funny to us!!


One response to “And when she was bad….

  1. tiffy40 says:

    What a cute expression on her face! She looks like she’s either up to something or going to be shortly. LOL

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