Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Phillipians 4:8

Small in size...

... Big in personality. Everyday, Marley lets us know that it's time to have food and/or water in her bowls by flipping them over (something she taught herself). If nobody responds in a timely manner, she keeps flipping them all over the place, until she gets someone's attention! The funniest part is that once the food is in her dish, she doesn't even usually eat it until later! (Paul says that's because she is a typical woman. LOL!)

Blow it up. Let go. Giggle. Repeat.

The girls, and Marley, have been exploring the simple joy that comes from balloons. The girls blow them up as big as they can, then let them go from the loft. Marley barks and jumps at the balloon the whole time, wanting to play with it like a ball. They have also enjoyed a few games of balloon volleyball. We have gone through about a dozen balloons in the last couple of days. They don't last long before Marley gets a nip at one and explodes it into pieces.

My little shutterbugs are also having fun taking pictures throughout the day. Be still my heart! <3