AWW thats cute ! When our boys are visiting we send Miggy to wake them and she jumps on them and goes crazy they have no choice but to get up she's heavy and she will sit on you lol ! Great photos ! Have a wonderful day !
I think they're both mighty stubborn.
Ki-Anne is just too cute, but it looks more like Andrew is training her.I'm sure I must have missed your post back when and why you got her. Would you mind giving me a little history on her (or refer me to an old post). Like I said, she's a keeper!
boys need to be pulled out of bed by an ankle.
Well girl, that's about the cutest stinkin' little alarm clock I've ever seen!!!Andrew not a mornin' person...huh???I had to drag our "Social Butterfly" out of bed each and every blessed mornin'!God bless your day sweetie!!!
Looks like Andrew has beat you to the training :)Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow
How cute! Ki-Anne looks like she has a little white heart on her head.☼ Sunny
Haha. What is it with boys? Mine were always hard to wake when younger, too.Now that they are in their 20s, they're a little better, but not a lot.Hope you're all having a wonderful day, Gail! :-)
Too cute! Teens, they sure do know how to sleep...through anything...lol!
That is so cute. Did he wake up?
Boy, do I remember the days of trying to wake up my boys. I even wrote a poem about it once...©1997 by Susan Noyes Anderson, "At The End of Your Rope, There’s Hope,"Deseret BookDon’t wake me up.Don’t pound my door.I need more sleep.I need much more.Much more than you.Much more than he.Much more than thiswhole family.Have some respect!I stay up late.I watch tv.I meditate.I need my rest,believe you me.Ignoring youtakes energy!(Ignoring that cute little Ki would REALLY take some energy...)
I have a teenager, they just don't like to wake up. the only thing that gets her up AND happy is a horse related activity....
When she gets bigger and jumps on his, I bet that'll make an impression. LOL
HOw sweet is that!!!!
That's cute, I take my dog in to wake up my boys too. She jumps on one of their beds and licks the bottoms of one son's feet, then she jumps to the other bed and licks my other sons face. I have taught her to jump back and forth and they aren't as grumpy with her and they would be with me.
If Ki-Anne stuck her tongue inside of Andrew's ears that would do the trick. We call that "Skeeter ears" because when I was little, our dog Skeeter liked to come up to us while we were lying on the couch, sniff our ear, then lick it. It would drive us crazy! I would then do "Skeeter ears" to my kids and drive them crazy.
roflol! That is too cute!
honestly you just want to hug that pup. so cute
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