Awwww, he was such a sweet, precious baby boy! I just love him!! It's really funny how it seems they are just destined to become ours, isn't it!?!
I wasn't looking for another pup at all. I had Lexie & Chance, and was perfectly content with having the 2. It changed our lifestyle so much after getting them, in a wonderful way of course. In all honesty, I had no clue what it was going to be like caring for a tiny Chi. I fell so in love with Lexie, that within a few months I wanted another one. I felt like Lexie needed a playmate too. She was so very sweet natured, and just the perfect pup. I could take her anywhere we went and she never gave me a minute of trouble. So I started looking and fell head over hills with our little Chase (our baby that passed with congenital heart failure). After he died I was so heartbroken that I wasn't sure if I wanted another one. I didn't feel like my heart could take it if anything were to happen again. After about a month, and encouragement from my family I decided that while my heart would always have a piece missing from losing Chase, that it was also big enough to love another pup. Then along came our baby Chance.
He was the sweetest little lump of fur, and fit perfectly into our family. Him & Lexie fell head over hills for each other in no time, and are the very best of friends. He is the sweetest most loving Mama's baby. So I knew I did the right thing.
Perfectly content with the two of them, 9 months after I got Chance, a friend of my oldest daughter mentioned this white puppy with choco spots. I was like, "no, having 2 already is such a big responsibility, they are older, trained, and I have the routine down, so no more, but thank you."
But then like a dummie
I looked at Gia's picture. It was instant love, and 2 weeks later my oldest daughter took a trip 7 hours from home to pick her up.
She was ready to throw mine and her phones out of the window. I called every few minutes until she got home with our new precious Princess. When she drove up, I ran outside, and my heart melted to my feet. I believe it was fate, and I am so glad she's a part of our family. Having the 3 of them brings so much joy, love and laughter here in my home.
This is the very moment I laid eyes on her as she got out of the car.
She was almost 5 months old here.