Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas From The Whole Gang

Tucker

Frisky and an "unknome" friend

Scratcher, um, scratching


Chrissy in her Holiday finery



Bocephus The Wonder dog contemplating the meaning of Christmas,


...and Kiefer
and all the rest of the gang at Morning Glories in Round Rock wish you a very joyous Christmas and the hope of a happy and healthy New Year.






10 comments:

Roses and Lilacs said...

What a wonderful, furry family! I love the first photo with Tucker peaking through the tree branches;)
Marnie

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

Hi Marnie--I hope your Christmas was wonderful. Tucker and Kiefer think I put the tree up for them every year. I have had to go to all unbreakable ornaments, and this year I just put lights on the tree. They will chase one another up the tree just like a couple of squirrels!

beckie said...

Aren't you so thankful your 'family' loves Christmas! You are a great parent to indulge them. Hope your Christmas was wonderful.

Happy New Year!

Annie in Austin said...

Tucker in the tree brings back memories! We had one that liked to climb high, then push hard against the trunk to make a long leap from the top, tipping over the tree. Philo had to put guywires on it.

Happy Christmas, Morning Glories!

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Rose said...

Looks like the whole clan enjoyed Christmas:) I think it's appropriate that Tucker is in the tree, since his return was an early Christmas gift for you. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, Jenny.

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

Dear Beckie, we all had a good Christmas, even though it was chaotic. I'm not sure the definition of a good pet parent is indulgent, but we are that! ;-)

You have been in my thoughts this Holiday season. I hope you had a peaceful Christmas.

Hugs filled with love,
Jenny

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

Oh Annie--that is too funny! We haven't had to wire down the tree yet, but Kiefer and Tucker chase each other up and down and around the tree just like a couple of squirrels. If it didn't take up so much room, I would be tempted to leave it up year-round so they would have their own personal inside jungle-gym!

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

Oh, we did, Rose. Tucker could never qualify as the angel at the top of the tree, so he will have to settle for the lone ornament. LOL!

Thanks For 2 Day said...

Hi Jenny, Your Christmas 'angels' (animals...!) are adorable. I have a dog and cat who are part of our family and for whom we have stocking hanging on the mantle. They do bring such joy to our lives, don't they?! Hope your Christmas was merry and joyous! Jan

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

Jan, I don't know if my fur babies could qualify as angels, but they are certainly treasured ornaments! They are as much a part of the family as the grandkids! LOL!