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Birthday Girls


Last week marked the birfday of two of our family's girls:  Dacey (a human) turned 13 on 9/15 and Rose Bud (a dog) turned two on 9/10.  Since RB is Dacey's dog, they had no problem sharing the celebration.

Dacey became a teenager.  I'm not sure why, but mom has shed lots of tears and asked most well wishers to pray for her as she enters the next few years.  Oh well...  those humans sure can be silly sometimes.

In dog years, RoseBud also became a teenager - a full year older than her human. 

Tonight we had a party to celebrate the birfday ladies.





From left to right: Cosmo & Isaac, Rose Bud & Dacey, Connor with Scarlet & Kudzu, Boondocks, Jaden with Ohno & Joy.

Dacey couldn't wait until tonight to celebrate.  (She isn't as patient as Rose Bud.)  So Mom and Nana took her out on her actual big day last week.  When they came home, it looked like they'd brought the mall back with 'em.  (Mom says Dacey already has the 'shopping like a teenager down good!)



Tonight Rose Bud finally got to open her presents.  Dacey asked her which she wanted to open first.  She chose the one on the right and wasted  no time tearing into the gift.  (She got a new collar to match Dacey's new bike and a pack of Cesar dog treats.)



There was also cake that Mom and Dacey made special just for us doggies:



As you can see, we all dressed our best for the pawty.  Of course, Dacey and RoseBud dressed to match.  Even the Morkies got all gussied up for the occassion.




Happy Birfday, Dacey and Rose Bud.  We wuf vu two so vewy much!!!




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  1. AWWWW!!!! Ya'll are so sweet, I love my brothers... Rosebud.

    Ya'll are too sweet I love the pics. Happy birthday Rosebud... Dacey.

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  2. Woof! Woof! Oh Lots of Golden FUN FUN FUN celebration. Happy Birthday! LOVE LOVE LOVE the outfits. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  3. Many happy returns for y'all!!

    Licks,
    Ruthie

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  4. HAPPY BIRFDAY DACEY.
    HAPPY BIRFDAY ROSE BUD.

    YOU GIRRRRRLS look beautiful all dressed up fur the big celebration.

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  5. Happy Birthday girls. Sounds like a fun party!

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  6. Happy Happy Birthday to Dacey and Rosebud. Tell Mom that with the loving family atmosphere at your home, Mom has no worries about Dacey being a teenager, we bet she will be a role model for all her peers.

    Great party - wishes to all from us.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  7. Happy Birthday Dacey!
    Happy Birthday Rose Bud!

    Thor and Jack

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  8. Happee Birthday sweeties...
    Benny & Lily

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  9. Very fun birthday celebrations!! I love opening presents! & I haven't even had my first birthday yet ;) Happy Birthday to you both!

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  10. Wow, here's a huge big happy barkday to Dacey and Rose Bud! Looks like a pawesome party and I love the outfits!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  11. Happy Birthday Dacey and Happy Barkday to Rose Bud.

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  12. Happy belated birthday wishes!!

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  13. This is sooooooooooo cute!! Love all the outfits and the adorable faces on everyone! Happy birthday!

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