Our Christmas trip to Florida was Daisy’s first experience living in a home other than her own. She spent two solid days doing nothing but sniffing around the edges of every room like a bloodhound on the scent of its target.
She explored every piece of furniture, every pebble on the chattahoochee patio, and every fiber of carpet in every room. What a busy girl! She usually naps during the day, but not one nap was had. By night time, she was ready for bed!
On Christmas day, Daisy “helped” us open our presents; in fact, she became one:
After we all opened our gifts, our traditional “wrapping fight” spontaneously ignited – we ball up the wrapping paper and tissue paper and throw it at each other. It probably sounds silly, but it’s a multi-generational high-speed game of paper dodge ball while we’re all still sitting around the Christmas tree. 🙂
This year, though, it was Daisy who was bombarded with paper balls, and she LOVED it! She chased all the paper balls, jumped up to catch them, and loved being the center of attention. The aftermath was one pooped pup who fell fast asleep amid the wreckage: