Dew Drops in Diapers
Daisy Dew Drop has become “a woman,” and we’re learning so much about her.
For example, when we bought a baby gate, we learned she can climb.
When we tried to pen her behind the five foot high counter, we learned she can jump that high.
Then, we learned that diapers for an 8-14 pound baby are too small for an 8-14 pound dog.
Then we learned that it is very difficult to put a diaper on a squirming body, and that once it’s on, she can grab the tabs and pull it off in less than two seconds.
We learned that it’s easier just to tie her outside, but then we learned that there’s a stray dog in the area.
(Thank goodness we got her inside before he found her.)
So, we’re back to the daily diaper struggle.
After experimenting with different size/type holes for the tail – and noting that the sticky tabs must go on the diaper and not the panel that lets you peel them back off – we spent several hours giggling as she walked crooked, and spun in circles trying to grab her own bulky butt.
Poor Daisy Dew Drop. She’s about to meet her vet.
Recently, we had children in our home - Daisy's first encounter with a young toddler. She was not exactly thrilled. Dad, that little person is coming