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I think that I need to get myself one of those Gardening Aprons to use as a Puppy Apron.  That or maybe I've come up with a new Gimmick that I could sell to all the new Doodle Moms that are spending $3000 in the first few months of getting their puppies!  It's gotta have lots of pockets of different sizes, be made with some nice fabrics with Doodles on it and come in either Pink or Blue!  I'm a little out of practice with this puppy business.  Plus, I've never had a puppy  a grumpy 5 year old doodle and a 10 month old puppy doodle.  All I have any experience with is two liter mate puppies. There are things I need that I just never have with me.  Things like Bitter Apple (why is it always in the other room) or my camera (how come it is never close when I really need it) or paper towels and Natures Miracle or a wet wipe.  When I need them, I need them now.  Not after I walk from room to room looking for where I left them last.  My house really isn't all that big, but I seriously need some of each of these things in every room ... or a Puppy Apron!  Now, I have my Therapy Dog Apron that my Mom made me that I wore when Sophie and I were working in the hospitals and I've seriously considered getting it out.  I'm picturing something similar without the top part of the apron.Now I'm sure you are thinking I've lost my last brain, but unlike many I'm home all day.  I'll just get up, fill up my Apron with all the things I need and off I go for the day, lol!  What got me thinking about this was I missed capturing the opportunity of a puppy life time last night.  If I would of had my apron on, I would not have missed it!  I took AnnaBelle out for her bedtime potty last night and for the first time it was raining.  I grabbed an umbrella as we headed out the door.  When I sat her down on the ground and she started feeling the rain drops she started just hopping all around, all four paws off the ground, trying to look around to her back and then up in the air to try and figure out what was happening.  Then all of a sudden she saw the umbrella and it was like holy crap, what the heck is that!  But did I have my camera ... no!  I'll never be able to get that moment back! 

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Comment by Lori, Quincy & Frankie on May 23, 2013 at 3:21pm

aw- the rain drops! I bet that was so cute.  That therapy apron is too cute, too!  I think it is all set for double duty as a puppy Mom's apron until AnnaBelle is ready for her therapy gig!  

Comment by Joanna, Zoe & Bender on May 23, 2013 at 3:19pm

HAHAHAHA holy crap umbrella! Aw wish you had your camera too but I bet that cute memory will stay with you forever!  

Comment by Jane, Guinness and Murphy on May 23, 2013 at 3:08pm

I love this and I can just picture AnnaBelle and those rain fun!  The apron is a great idea for all new "puppy Moms".

Comment by Bonnie and Kona on May 23, 2013 at 2:58pm

Wendy's doodle tool belt sounds perfect. I am thrilled, but shocked, that you posted. Your life is on overload! I love the rain story! Soooo funny.

Comment by Nicky, Riley & Boris on May 23, 2013 at 2:41pm

What a great idea, or perhaps a third strap on arm might be handy too. You are seriously busy with all those differing doodle needs.

Comment by Wendy and Myla on May 23, 2013 at 2:07pm

A doodle tool belt - try and say that ten times fast!!!! I can just picture Annabelle - hilarious!!!!

Comment by F, Calla & Luca on May 23, 2013 at 12:32pm
A puppy apron sounds like just the thing. But you will still need something in the next room. It is just a fact of life.
Comment by Lonnie & Libby Lu on May 23, 2013 at 11:57am

What a cute, cute story and I think your idea of an apron, somewhat like you have on is a wonderfu idea!  The apron in the picture is adorable and must have made everyone happy in the hospitals.  Love it!   I would have loved to seen AnnaBelle bounce around in the rain:)


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