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Friday Giggles: Super Cool Version


DH showed me this the other night because he knew it would make me giggle and then sigh. I want a dog so bad!

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  1. You should get a dog right when your baby is born! Then it will be like having twins! :)

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  2. Aw. Super cute. I have a cat who thinks he's a dog. But I grew up with a dog so I love dogs too.

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  3. This is perfect! I love it! I want a dog too - and that's partly why! They DO feel like that about you (especially if you're the one with the can opener!)

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  4. Aw, I got all teary-eyed! I want a dog tooooooo.

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  5. My cousin has a 1 year old and just got a black lab. The baby hangs out in the dog's kennel with the dog, it is the cutest thing ever. They are best friends.

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  6. Anonymous2:38 PM

    Just thought I'd check in to say hi. How are you these days? I'm still healing.

    Very cute video. I've always wanted a dog.

    KarenS

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