• happy new year!

    12.29.2008 / Miscellaneous

    I know I said I wouldn’t be posting for the week, but Bernard [left] and George [right] have been nagging me all morning to share this photo with you.

    One of our Christmas gifts to our parents was a 2009 calendar full of monthly photo shoots of our dogs [clearly, we have no children yet]. And in case you’re wondering, yes, the photo shoot took quite a bit of time and an endless supply of crackers.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    Link: January on Flickr

    • brilliant photo! such a funny idea, though im not sure i know anyone who would appreciate a Rufus-calender -except us! H A P P Y N E W Y E A R

    • they are adorable!! I’m dying to know how you did this. We want to do a photoshoot with our pup. Did you have the photographer come to your house? Let’s see the others :)

      Happy New Year to you Erin!

    • hahaha— i was the photographer! my husband and i set up a white sheet in our basement— not at ALL as hard as it looks. lots of lighting, and LOTS of crackers! :)
      e.

    • Say ‘Happy New Year’ to George and Bernard for me.

    • What a hilarious gift idea! What was their response? :)

    • happy new year – woof!

    • Oh my gosh Erin, you are kidding… those are your lovely dogs??? They are too cute. I don’t know if I could ever get my Murphy to do that for us!!! Love it!

    • Ha! I love this…I’m inspired to do something similar with our dogs… a Great Dane and a Pomeranian (is it bad that I do have kids and I’m still saying that)

    • they look so fabulous Erin!!! I know how much work went into getting them to look so well behaved. Pita would never do what I want her to…but aren’t they just perfect beings? They look adorable. I hope poor Bernard does not feel less than sophisticated in that silly feather tiara!?

    • Oh. YEAH. Love it! I can’t imagine. It took me the better part of a night to get one good shot of our “girl” under the Christmas tree. :-)

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