Pawpaw and Ryder got to bond with the help of Shiloh. Yorkies, puppies and your grandchild, what else could be better. I still enjoy seeing that smile he gets when he see's me...precious. Nana enjoyed watching as Ryder took little steps from one spot to the next. If he isn't crawling at 100 miles a hour, he's up and trying to walk. Big steps for a little man. Soon Nana and Pawpaw will be chasing a little wild man all over the house. Take your time Ryder, Nana and Pawpaw aren't the kids we think we are.
Up and down, back and forth, he was moving all the time. So alert, and always grabbing stuff, a toy, a dog, a teether, a dog, another toy, and another dog. The Yorkies are on "Baby Alert" when Ryder comes to stay, his little hands grab things quickly, and the Yorkies have learned to step aside and survive, smart dogs aren't they.
So now Ryder has been picked up his parents, and Tucker has gone too. We miss them already, but know we will see them soon. Tucker was glad to leave the puppies, he never has liked little puppies. He use to hate seeing Tinkerbell coming at him, now they play like old friends.
Ryder is coming into the age of talking, walking and learning. His bright little eyes see everything...especially Kellie Pickler. When her videos come on, he sits mystified. Looking, staring, who is that girl and why is she so pretty. Maybe he'll like country music and is just getting a early start. Nay, he's just looking at a pretty girl and wishing he was older. Slow down Ryder, girls and dating are a long way ahead of you. There will be lots of time for that later.
So we had a great weekend. Time to go check on Nana and the puppies. Thanks for stopping by, and remember to stop and enjoy life and not rush things. Savor the many things in life that make you smile, and never stop smiling once you start. It makes the world a better place to live in.