Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Bones, Bumps and Beds

I'm going to start today's post with a photo of a very typical scene in the Johnson household. 
I like to give Madison and Ivy these tiny little bones as a special treat every once and a while. They love them! One of their favorite words is bones. These beef sticks in particular are their favorites. They must be a lot of dogs favorites because they rarely keep them in stock at Target (the only place you can get them) so I always grab a bag when I'm there. The only problem with bone chewing in our house is that Ivy steals Madison's and keeps it for herself. As you can see, Ivy has 2 bones in her mouth here. Madison, obviously, does not appreciate it and barks and barks at Ivy demanding that she give it back. Ivy is never phased by the barking and carries on chewing her bone while laying on top of Madison's. They're a mess.
I thought I'd share this little bump pic with you all today! Scott snapped it of me last night as I was headed out the door for "happy hour" at Bonefish with my friend, Ashley. About 5 minutes after this photo was taken I felt a big kick inside of me! Not a little pop or flutter but a jab. It was unmistakable and so neat! I'll never forget it.
If you follow me on Instagram (@kara2lou) you've already seen this but I just had to share it on here too because I love this picture so much! Scott put the girls bed in front of the fireplace last night and they parked themselves in it and didn't move all evening! We always try to remember to put their bed in front of the fire because they love it so much. Bless their hearts they just aren't spoiled at all. 


  1. Yay for feeling movement!! It is wonderful, exciting and a little alien all at the same time.

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