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No surprise! Maybe the only surprise is that you were not adopted by a dachshund earlier.

Exactly what Nancy said! I especially like the log holder for the fireplace - who knew there could be such a thing!

It's funny, I always thought of Granny Louise as much older. She's quite lovely. (Great to see Robin, too.)

Seems obvious to me that this was destiny.....the only thing better than one small two :). How is Mason with other dogs?

Your mother and grandmother look so glamorous. Très chic!

My extended family loves dachshunds, too. The first dogs I ever knew, in fact, were my cousins' two dachshunds Gussy and Blitzen, mother and son. I've loved the breed ever since (always standard size in our household, though, so they won't be outweighed by our great big cats!)

Those were great family photos. Thanks for sharing.

Yes, wonderful photos. And the andiron is too precious, just love it! Enjoy your new furry friend!

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