Seriously, I love this dog.
Okay, confession time. I love all my dogs like a crazy-dog-hoarder-person.
Thankfully (I suppose?) I married someone who had only a mild affinity for dogs… comparatively speaking.
Because it’s kept my wild love for dogs in check.
But then came Noah.
I know, I know. I wax poetic all the time about this dog.
But he really is something else.
Even my husband thinks so (hence the other beloved boston terrier in these photos).
So today we will spoil him.
Let him sleep in our bed.
Carry on about him in the morning.
Kiss him in the afternoon.
Let him beg for scraps at dinner.
And snuggle him in our laps in the evening.
Oh, and feed him treats all day.
Pretty much like every other day.
But honestly, this face.
Happy Birthday, Noah. Here’s to many, many more birthdays with you by my side.
And under my table.
And on my lap.
From the mouths of babes… reasons they love Noah, too.
Tallula: “I love Noah because he’s so cute. I kiss him a lot.”
Poppy: “I love petting him. And I love to give him his treat.”
Vivienne: “I love it when he gives me kisses.”
Shepherd: “I love his soft fur. And he always gives me comfort.”
Jude: “I love that he licks us a lot. And he’s really cute.”
Isabelle: “I love Noah because he knows how to sit and stay. And he likes to cuddle with people.”
Sophie: “I love it when he does his prance-y walk, like when he’s all excited when we get home from church.”
Just wanted to say happy birthday to your furbaby Noah! He’s adorable, look at those eyes. 🙂
Lea Harper says
I haven’t ever commented but I have been to your blog before. I just love this adorable post!
Carrie Southard says
Happy Birthday, Noah! from Jax the Pug
Stephanie M. says
This is SO cute! We have a boston terrier/shihtzu named Zoe! Can relate to your love of dogs!!
Bostons are the best dogs! I have two asleep beside me right now! We have had so many other breeds but after finding our first Boston 12 years ago everyone in our family is hooked!
Peggy Krominga says
Happy Birthday, Noah! Our Oreo (also a Boston) crossed over the Rainbow bridge almost a year ago, just shy of 13. We will never forget that goofy, crazy dog. He was not a snuggler, and his ball meant more to him than us, but we would not have traded being his family for anything!
Awe, your Oreo sounds like he lived a wonderful life. So sorry to hear he passed away, Peggy! Noah is our first Boston and I don’t think we’ll ever have another breed of dog in this house again <3
Lynn Gross says
Happy Birthday Noah! I missed meeting you by just a few days last year when I visited your moms and the rest of that crazy Boston family,