Thursday, June 16, 2011


I found a new use for my Red Wing crock last week.
I'll give you a hint.
When do puppies stop chewing? Someone please tell me that it's when a puppy is four months old. No? Six months? A year?
If I need 5 minutes or so without Thurston gnawing on my heels or my couch, it's the perfect place to refocus him. And then refocus myself by his cuteness.
For now, it's the perfect puppy playpen.
At least until Thurston gets brave enough to jump out.
Which, from the way that it looks, could be any day.


  1. That's the cutest crock I've ever seen! I've always thought those old crocks were 'multipurpose' but you, my friend, have brought a new meaning to the word ... I love it! BTW, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but (in my experience) I fear you have many more months of chewing to go! Here's hoping that Thurston will be the puppy exception rather than the puppy rule!

  2. This is the cutest post ever! That is one cute puppy!!

  3. Oh. My. Word. Cutest puppy in a crock I've ever seen! Um, and the cutest name for a puppy EVER.

  4. Awww, Thurston!!! Stop chewing!

  5. Grandma would be proud of you!

  6. I love your puppy crock! I have Red Wing crocks all over my house and use them for various things but never a puppy! Too Cute!!


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