Noodles’ Mom Alison C. says he’s a joy to have around the house and is her constant shadow in their Salem, Oregon home.
“Noodles is such a social butterfly that the kids on our street come to the door to ask if he can come play with them. He has learned how to sit, shake, speak and give kisses (which are always on the ears).”
Can I go out, Mom? Can I, please?
“Avast me hearties!”
“This is a photo of Noodles staring out the window when we spent the night at the beach.”
(I think it’s pretty clear who owns THAT bed).
Mom, haven’t we been over this already?
“This picture of him I took after disturbing his car nap. I tried to do it quietly but no luck!”
“Noodles loves digging in the sand, and I swear he brings half the beach back with him.”
Laying on the sand ain’t so bad, either.
Noodles celebrating his fifth birthday.
“Noodles wouldn’t look at me because whenever you tell him to wait, he turns his body and only looks out of the corner of his eye at you. We always like to say it is because he can’t resist temptation, so if he can’t see it, then he won’t be tempted to eat it.”
“One of the most hilarious things about Noodles is the fact that he has a bed time. He completely shuts down at 8:00 p.m. and if he isn’t in bed at that time, you will have to carry him up the stairs in order to put him to bed. He just won’t move from whatever spot he’s in.”
“For having short legs, he takes up more space in the bed than what we do! Noodles likes to share pillows with us, and it’s impossible to say NO to that face.”
Oh yeah, that mulch is nice and cool on the pantaloonies!
“We are very blessed and lucky to have Noodles in our lives. We love our little man!”
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, Noodles!
You can come play at my house anytime.