Hari OMUh oh.. Abby, at least you didn't get hurt in that explosion... And hopefully mum was not in danger of anything other than being laughed at... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Abby, you are so lucky you had a stuffie that you could make explode - our mean Mom won't buy us toys with stuffing any more:( No worries about the bang trim - they WILL grow:)Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Oh no! We have frequent stuffy deaths around here, lol.
Often those toys just explode on their own
Bwahaahaa! Our auntie cut her son's hair with the kitchen chicken-cutting scissors. No need to tell you how that turned out. Oh well, at least it grows back.Glad you weren't injured when that stuffie exploded. You might have been hit in the eye with a squeaker or something.
LOL...we've all tried to help wayward/long bangs with scissors and every one of us has regretted it at least once. Guess that's why they make hats. As for that exploding stuffie now...oy.
OMD, did you protect your momma by heroically throwing yourself on the exploding stuffies?
OMD, Abby my ma does the same thing.She cuts her bangs then regrets it.Only because she looks like a rooster the next morning when her bangs stand straight up.
That squeaky toy probably needed a stuffing-ectomy anyway. Oh, and my ghostwriter would never trust herself to put a scissors anywhere near her hair! She's too fumble-fingered.
Sometimes that happens, even when no one is in the room!Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
seems our mom's are twins... the bang-trim ended with the big BANG! (never trust youtube tutorials) and a stuffie suddenly eggsploded... maybe because of the time, efurrybuddy wants a white christmas, so...
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