- Sam here. In addition to bringing smiles to hospital patients, we find peeps around the neighborhood who want to stop and pet me. A couple of days ago we came across these adorable kiddos (6 of them-yikes-can imagine they have some interesting days at daycare!) out for a ride in their cool “tot wagon.” Being pretty small toddlers, they
mostly babbleddidn’t speak much English that mom could tell, but I totally understood they wanted to “pet the puppy” for which I was more than happy to accommodate. Mom kept ooh-ing and ah-ing over the 6 passenger wagon with seats that would rotate for the best view. All of the kidlets got a chance to be sniffed by yours trulypet my nice soft furs.
The two nice ladies who run the daycare center couldn’t believe I was so calm and patient with all of the kids. Little did they know, that’s my job…being sweet and cuddly with all uprights. The little girl on the far right kept blowing me kisses after I sniffed her face. She kept calling me “Goggy, lub you” after she blew kisses my way. What’s a Goggy anyway?
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How sweet is that!
Oh Sam! How could any little upright resist you?! Short, young ones just know a good “Goggy” when they see one!
Aww, thanks. Kids do seem drawn to him and with his super soft hair, it’s a total mutual admiration society. 😉
All right – way to represent! Good job!
Murphy & Stanley
Ha! Silly Sam! YOU are a goggy! And a sweet one…
Love and licks,
Now that is truly the face of one happy pup…to say nothing of the kiddies!
Oh I wish mom had taken a video of that wagon, it sounds super cool. I think you were the Goggy and I’m pretty sure she loved you. 🙂
It WAS too cool for school. I wanted one, but realized they are nearly $1500 a pop and I’m not that big a fan of kids to spend that kind of dough! 😉
We love little peeps because they carry food and often drop it.
Misty and my minions
And sticky yummy fingers to be licked. 😉
If you’d relax, you’d enjoy the attention of cute females.
Male or female, as long as they pay attention to me, I’m good with that!
Oh my goodness, that is so cute! Sam, I’m glad that you were so sweet with all of those little humans. They need to learn how to behave around animals and you helped them learn that yesterday! You obviously made an impression on the one on the far right. Blowing kisses and loving you! AWWWWW! BTW, Goggy is baby English for doggy, just so you know if you ever see them again. 😉
Thanks for the translation. No wonder uprights are so dim…they start out barely able to speak intelligently and hardly improve throughout their lives. 😉
Sam, betcha felt the energy coming from her, all love. Cole would never, I mean never be that patient with short ones. We hold up our hands waist high and tell kids you have to be this tall to ride this ride. And don’t look him in the eye or reach for him either. He does love to sniff a baby foot but strollers wig him out.
Lucky you Mon, to have a Sam personality
Not sure if it was ‘energy’ or just Cheerio scented fingers. 😉
Oh my friend – that is freaking adorable. You are such a good new friend! XOXO – Bacon
Little peeps are truly fascinating and often there are tidbits of snacks on or around them. 😉
I know it… a Goggy is the shortword for a gorgeous doggy…and she said that to you… kids can be wise and smart, right?
We dogs are far superior-we KNOW exactly what’s what. Thanks for the translation, Easy-good to know when communicating with a younger form of upright. Sometimes they are hard to understand even when they become full grown. 😉