My wife and I were in our late thirties when we met. Kids just weren’t in the cards for us. I always thought I would have been a good dad, but time just went by and it never happened. Poster All You Need Is Love And Books. So we raised a little family of dachshunds instead. We got Ozzie and Eva shortly after getting together. They both lived for thirteen years. Having two extra lives in the house was a wonderful thing. They needed to be cared for. They gave and received love. I imagine that it’s a little like having a kid. When Oscar passed away, I was so distraught that I passed out on the floor of the vet. Eva lived for another year, and after she died, we decided to wait before adopting again. We lasted about a year. Pepper came from a high kill shelter in Los Angeles.
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She was terrified for the first few weeks and wouldn’t come near us. But she trusts us now. She is definitely a Daddy’s girl. Poster All You Need Is Love And Books. My son is on the computer all the time. He’ll start as soon as he gets home from school and goes until bedtime. It’s some sort of adventure game involving teamwork. He wears a headset and plays with his friends. His goal was to go outside more this summer but that hasn’t happened. Maybe I enabled him. I held off on getting him a phone and computer, but at some point every other kid has got one.