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    Do your dogs have toys all over the house?

    My fur kids have so many toys laying around. I stepped on one of their bones this morning. I went sliding, I thought I was going to do the splits for a minute. I tripped over Ebony's tire biter on the way into the computer room. I need to teach those fur kids of mine to pick up their toys when they are done. This is a pretty pointless post. Lol.

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    Yep, even worse- with Kiara's tennis ball addiction, she has atleast 3-4 in each room. Now THOSE will make you either trip or slide! If you stay in once place too long she'll have a whole pile around you.

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    Oh boy do mine. I think they just like getting the toys out because they like digging through the basket, they have no interest in the toys themselves LOL

    I'm constantly picking up after them. I wish I could teach Jamie to clean up!

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    Yes! I know how you feel

    The pups have a couple "toy boxes". Everyday, I usually leave out a few favorite toys and put the rest in the boxes, but then they decide that the ones I put away are NEW favorites! They then drag them back out and forget about them, again

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    YES! They are everywhere... in every room, even the bathroom.
    At night I step on them all the time and scream, especially if it's a bone.
    I wish the children would pick up after themselves!

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    Yep! And we have two toy boxes, one downstairs and one upstairs. Usually Nova decides that she wants whatever is at the bottom of the box. And she always knows exactly which toy she wants, and she won't accept another one. Then she'll play with it for a minute, get bored, and go find another toy.

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    Bubba drags his toys all over the house...mostly little stuffed animals...its cute its like having a toddler in the house again.
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    How funny! The same thing happens to me at night. One night I got up they have a flashy ball, I kicked that thing it started flashing. It made me scream. I try to pick up the toys now before I go to bed, Those things can be deadly weapons in the middle of the night.



    Quote Originally Posted by beeniesmom
    YES! They are everywhere... in every room, even the bathroom.
    At night I step on them all the time and scream, especially if it's a bone.
    I wish the children would pick up after themselves!

    Thank you Kay for the beautiful sig!

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    Oh yes, we've got toys all over the place. Most of it is caused by Kaige.

    I try to pick them but you know how it goes, 3 toys go in the toybox and 4 come back out.

    Sometimes at night on the way to bed I give up & just kick them to the edges of the rooms. At least they are less likely to be stepped on there.
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    My roomate would agree that at night toys are deadly weapons.....she has to be at work at 4:00 am and had just turned out the light to leave...she hit she thinks one of the "kids" balls with her foot, went flying, she would have caught herself if Bear hadn't been laying in the way, so then she tripped over him, and caught her shoulder on the wall. I really wish I'd been up with a camera... Good news is no harm done to the toy or Bear and the knee she'd injured the day before which was swollen and sore popped back into place during this "incident" and was fine. She promised the pups a burger for saving her a trip to the Dr.

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    OMG! You'd think I had a 2 year old. Balls, squeaky things, bones, stuffed toys, you name it. It's been particularly entertaining (for lack of a better word) now that I have to go the bathroom 3-4 times a night. Let me see if I can give you an mental audio picture.

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    Me: Ouch, move off my feet, Sammy, Maggy don't attack Sammy, then a ching a ling from Payton's collar. A nice big UGHHH from me getting my fat butt out of bed, then SQUEEEEEEEAAAK! Thump, Maggy dives off the bed to see what I steped on. Once she finds it, more squeaky squeaky squeaky. Sammy now wants to eat, so I get MEOW, MEOW, MEOW. Mind you, I still haven't gone to the bathroom. Creek, creek goes our floor, then a different squeak from another toy.

    You get the idea.




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    Yep, Grant takes them all out and he never puts them back....boys will be boys, LOL. I am always picking them up but he has decided he likes them best all over the house.
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    Of corse they do!!!! Lol even worse we try to keep them in a basket in their bedroom but they always seem to travel threw the house!! I wonder who could have ton that.
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    There are always doggie toys downstairs! Bijou loves digging through her toy bin to find her "favorite toy of the day" so I just keep picking them all up and putting them back in, only to find myself doing the very same thing 30 minutes later.

    And Lobodeb, I do have a two-year-old (and a 3-1/2 year old, and a 5-1/2 year old, and a 10-year old, and a 12-year old!) and let me assure you, toys are a constant presence with kids and pets, lol. In fact, many of the kids' toys and Bijou's toys could be interchangable, except for the fact most of my kids have grown out of chewing on rubber Best wishes with the remainder of your pregnancy!

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