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Our 1st visit - Day 2

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Like the day before, we picked her up at the breeder and drove to the flat for a second breakfast for us. No rain that day, which was great! This time she barfed into her box, so we got all fluids we could on our visit. (Minus, blood, she was in heat during September, so we skipped that. 😂)

As it was a working day the shops were open, so we took her to a pet store. She was a bit unsure outside, but once inside she perked up again and went looking around. Curious as she is she stood in front of other customers and starred at them. I was like "Kiki, stop you are embarrassing". But you definitely get in contact with other people with her. Her breeder said when she took her to that store she wanted to steal something, with us she was a bit more reserved and did not try to steal. 😅 She got a pack of toy balls in her size and a chewing thing made out of cow skin. We also bought a gift card for her breeder. A old lady came to talk to us and petted her, she stayed calm during that too, no fear. (We also went into a clothing store to look around after that and she did good there too.)

One our way back to the flat we went for a walk through some streets in that little village and she was walking okay, but not perfect. (We need to work on that too!) She inspected every house we walked by, got on her feet and looked into the gardens, meet a big dog and did great (stayed calm and ignored him) and she also stood in front of a elderly woman who got out of her car and watched her doing that.  

Back in the flat she got her chewing thingy and she was happy with that. Once she was done, she buried it in my suitcase. I have that on video, I was laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes. She did really good.

We took her back that evening and it was hard letting her go. But it is good that for her it is nothing bad, she is back with her little friends, and she has no idea that a very luxurious life of a princess awaits her. Haha! 

So some things we need to work on (peeing outside, driving alone + walking better at the leash outside) but the important things are there and perfect. No dog is perfect, so I am more than happy with her. Her main job is being with me outside and joining me on activities, interacting with humans. Being able to hold her while talking with people calms me down and makes it easier to talk to them.  

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    • FilleMondaine

      Posted

      OH! And that one lady who dressed up her children like human dolls wearing pained expressions! Her husband was military, right?

    • Give it 50 years and those names will be the common, traditional ones. People will be going, “you named your daughter MARY? Aren’t you worried she’s going to be teased?” 🤣

    • FilleMondaine

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      Oh, I got this I got this! Military spouse, here. Lots and lots of fundies in the military. Two (homeschool only) families were so fundy that their children ran away from my two year old! The worst part was that the mothers fracking approved of them being so mean to a toddler. There was a stay-at-home dad whose wife was deployed, and there were several families who shunned him because it was she who was the breadwinner and he who was the nurturer.

      I feel that the military lifestyle--that the wife supports the husband through the ranks--is very appealing to fundie types. I also think that many men have trouble finding a woman who wants to give us so much of her career. So, they fall into marrying fundy women and then they sink into that awful, hateful life.

      Funny enough, There are more non-religious in the military than in the civilian world. But the fundies are a very special bunch.

      Pasting an info-graphic of religious preference in the military, from the ever excellent Military Atheists and Freethinkers.

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    • metheglyn

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      2 minutes ago, mango_fandango said:

      Why am I totally unsurprised that they used Milagro? Bella’s a nice name. 
      I know she’s been born into an awful cult that will only allow her to be a wife and mom, but at least she’ll have loads of similar-aged girl cousins that she can hopefully grow close to and share stuff with. 

      Milagro is Lauren's middle name, and also her mother Lana's. I believe it's a maternal-line family tradition to give the middle name Milagro to first born daughters, so it makes total sense that it would be Bella's middle name. The real question was just what the baby's first name would be.

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    • mango_fandango

      Posted

      Why am I totally unsurprised that they used Milagro? Bella’s a nice name. 
      I know she’s been born into an awful cult that will only allow her to be a wife and mom, but at least she’ll have loads of similar-aged girl cousins that she can hopefully grow close to and share stuff with. 



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