(More of BeeBee's Life)

There's never a dull moment here. I'm so glad George knows she's only a pup, and to be gentle with her.

BeeBee made her first appearance as a bulldog ambassador on Nov. 20 when she visited a pre-school class. The children went crazy over BeeBee. Dr. Greenwald's daughter (Camille) attends this school. I wasn't allowed to take images of the other children.

Dr. Greenwald took this image of us at the school.

Here's the little princess upon waking in the morning.

BeeBee has made this her favorite napping spot under the stone carving table.

And she loves to sleep on my tummy. I don't know if this is going to work out, once she hits 55 pounds.

She also loves snuggling with George.

And she loves this toy. The breeder gave her this toy before I took her home.

Here's a tug-of-war over Baby's favorite toy that he chewed as he slept. I'm so glad I didn't bury this toy with him. And I know he'd love knowing it's still bringing pleasure to George and BeeBee.

Something's in the wind.

Stopping by the vet's office for some cookies.

BeeBee gets weary pretty soon when we ride. I'm curious how this will work out, once she grows up.

Pet photography can be a challenge.

BeeBee enjoying the lanai.

Paying homage at the grave of a bulldog legend.

No. 7 out of 155,000,000 isn't bad.

I hope that Baby will be remembered for many years to come.

He's not finished, yet, but it won't be long. I didn't realize until late in the project that this stone is as hard as marble.  I have two more stones waiting for me to make something out of them. I wonder what I'll carve out of them.

If you ever do a successful stone sculpture, you'll be hooked for life.

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