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  1. sattie
    11-27-2008 12:04 PM
    sattie
    Happy Turkey day to you and yours!!!
  2. LPBeier
    11-16-2008 11:21 PM
    LPBeier
    If you are a friend of Sattie, Maidrite, getoutofmykitchen and Fisher's Mom, then you are a friend of mine! Love your posts and love your KA (I have one too).
  3. Fisher's Mom
    LOL!!! I don't know exactly how it's supposed to work either! So far, it seems to work when you post on either page. Or at least, I think so. Anyway, I got this message so you must have done it right!
    Terry
  4. Novicebaker35
    oops, I meant I'll bet he's a JOY not a job. Typo! ...or was that a Freudian slip, I wonder as my Reesie runs through the living room looking like a horse galloping. LOL
  5. Novicebaker35
    Hi there!! My Reesie is just about 8 lbs and she's fully grown. Typically, it is thought that mini's are not more than 11 lbs at 12 months old, tweenies (not a recognizable AKC category, also considered an oversized mini) are 12-15 lbs, and from 16 - 32 lbs are standards. If I remember all that correctly. We had a standard as a kid. My Reesie probably has been this weight since about 8/9 months. She's filled out in the chest area but about the same weight. You "might" have a standard, but time will tell. I'll bet he's a job no matter which category. They really are AWESOME animals!
  6. Fisher's Mom
    Hi Novice! I have a little doxie mix, too. I think he may be a miniature - he's 6 months old and only 11 pounds. I've never had a doxie before so I don't know anything about how soon they are fully grown. Maybe you can give me some info since your girl is a year old.
  7. Novicebaker35
    I keep walking into my kitchen and just looking around in the cabinets and the fridge...looking for inspiration. I'm so sad! lol If I had some active yeast I could be working on my ww bread...I just don't feel like getting dressed to go to the grocery store. I wish my local grocery delivered!
  8. sattie
    11-02-2008 05:23 PM
    sattie
    HA!!! I know how you feel. There have been days that I had so many things that I wanted to cook that I spent the whole day in the kitchen. And what was bad is that half the stuff I cooked was not even for dinner that night.
  9. Novicebaker35
    I really must agree with you! Between this forum and Foodnetwork I can't stop cooking!!! I'm sitting here trying to think of what I can prepare next! I can't stop, I'm going to need a 12 step program! LOL
  10. sattie
    11-02-2008 04:08 PM
    sattie
    Glad you like it here. This forum is one of the friendliest I have ever been on.

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