Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Princess Pippi Comes to Town

It might be just Monday for some people. But at our house, it was a special day. The boyz even got baths...because they were about to have a special guest. Princess Pippi was coming for a visit.

She's no ordinary Scottie...but then no Scottie is ordinary, or so we've come to find out. But she lives in a semi-truck rolling around the country with her peops and living the life. We were thrilled when we learned that she was stopping in Utah for a few days and we'd actually get to meet her.

She had to check out the tunnel...she was a little unsure at first... 





...and of course, the experience wouldn't be complete without sitting on the hub's lap with the boys... she was a good sport, but all three of them had other things in mind...

 

She's not the least bit camera shy, since she's spent some time in the modeling world with her mom, Abigail.




The boyz showed her the view from the deck and told her all about the wild animals that live out there...She didn't seem concerned.


We all thought she was really cute and loved having her visit.




They were on their best behavior, and so it was easy for her to make herself at home.


"Wow, is that really a rabbit over there?" Even Thump came out to play. 


The interest was mutual, and Thump was eager to check her out too.




We're glad that Abigail and Pippi came to visit. It was fun to meet both of them. But next time, they need to bring Josh too!


Hurry back, Pippi. We loved having you here (and your mom too). 




4 comments:

Jenny Short said...

That's a fun story. She's not the dogs' mom? xo Jenny

Sue said...

So cute!

=)

Rocky Creek Scotties and Rocky Creek Ramblings said...

You are so lucky!! Pippi and Lilly are sisters (not really - they just say they are!!) We all love that little family.

XOXO
Lilly, Piper, Argie and Ivy

Esther Joy said...

Your "Princess Pippi" looked like she fit in with your dogs very well.

And by the way, I did check out that Mormon Tab Choir of Consider the Lilies, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks for the recommendation!