^^ Emerson loves eating Nala’s bones, I promise I took it away from him after I got some pictures.
Last week Nick and I decided to add a new family member into our home. I’m so excited to introduce everyone to Nala. She is a nine-week-old lab and cattle dog mix that we rescued here in Phoenix. Nick and I have wanted a puppy since we were first married, but wanted to wait for the right time. We went from living in an apartment to a condo and never had a yard where a dog could run around. When we bought the house we knew it wouldn’t be long before we found a furry friend to join our clan.
Nala joined us last Thursday and the transition has been interesting. She is very sweet and calm for a puppy, but she still has her crazy moments. The funniest thing has been watching her and Emerson. They don’t seem to care about each other too much, except when I give Nala attention. Emerson will crawl up and push her out of my lap. They also both seem more interested in each other’s toys than their own. We have had to keep a close eye on Nala’s bones because Emerson wants to put them in his mouth.
The reactions were mixed when we announced we were getting a puppy, and most people were concerned about me since I’m the one who is home all day. It really hasn’t been horrible, but it definitely isn’t easy. Nick has been awesome about taking the pup out in the middle of the night, and I’m still up with Emerson every few hours. We’ve only has two accidents inside the house and Nick has cleaned them both up for me. If anyone is in the process of house training I’ve been taking Nala out every 45 minuets and giving her a treat every time she goes potty outside, so far it seems to be working.
Since I’ve been so busy chasing them around I’ve started listening to Ebooks on audible. I just started The Girl on The Train and I have credits for three more books so if you have any suggestions please comment below and let me know what I should download next!
Hope everyone has great Thursday! I”m planning some posts about our new home so make sure you’re staying tuned!