Last week, Mike and I tied the knot in an intimate outdoor ceremony on the shores of a mountainside alpine lake. The brilliant turquoise water glowed as the clouds rolled by overhead. We felt lucky to have gotten married in such a magnificent place.
Today officially marks four years since Poof scampered her way into our home and our hearts.
In 2010, we visited Bunny Bunch SPCR's Expo with the intention of learning more about rabbit care. At the time, we had four guineas already and were interested in adopting a rabbit (or two). While we did indeed learn quite a bit at Bunny Basics 101, we ended up falling in love with Poof's shy little face instead.
Forget baby hand prints... check out Poof's piggy paw prints!
As promised, here's our craft tutorial for making guinea pig paw print keepsakes. Instead of using a pre-made pet kit, this easy DIY project makes use of ingredients you most likely already have in your pantry.
Clay paw prints. I've seen premade kits sold for for babies, dogs, and even the occasional feline - but never for guinea pigs. So I figured I'd try making them myself.
After experimenting with a few DIY mixes I finally got a good set of imprints. Abby-Roo's came out particularly well. Even though she's no longer the smallest in the herd she still has the daintiest little piggy feet!
Anyone interested in a craft tutorial on how to make your own guinea pig paw print keepsakes?
It is with a heavy heart that I write to share that Peaches has crossed over to Rainbow Bridge. Our feisty, stubborn little pig bravely fought malocclusion for over three months.
From an early age she made clear her love of food - especially romaine. There was a period of several weeks where baby Peaches wouldn't quit wheeking until she was given her favorite veggies. Not green lettuce, red lettuce, Boston lettuce, or any other type of greens. It had to be romaine or the wheeking wouldn't stop. Thankfully her enthusiasm soon expanded to include other foods.