I really haven't had any time posting up the pictures of our three Golden Angels' grave because we've been so busy with the other seven but here it is...
I buried them just outside our house in our mini garden. I decided to bury them there because we wanted them to be close to home where they were born. I didn't let Amber see the pups because I didn't want her to get upset but I think she knew because she refused to chew her cow bone which she usually loved & she just looked sad in the porch.
It was a really hard time for me to bury the three girls. The hardest part was when I had to put the puppies in & fill the hole back up. Each scoop of soil I put in, I would tear up. It sure wasn't easy I tell ya but they are in a better place now.
Anyway, I am going to make a movie about the whole whelping process tonight & post it up as soon as I can. I just found the perfect music for it & I can bet ya, it will be a very nice movie.
A Word from Hooman M:
"Today, our lucky 7 are 7 days old. We have come a long way from the start of the pregnancy to the birth of the little miracles that are changing & growing before our eyes. They are Amber's Legacy. And what a journey it has been to arrive at this moment - harrowing, emotionally draining yet richly rewarding. It is enough to last a lifetime. We may have lost 3 beautiful angels but we are blessed with seven more. And for that we are deeply grateful to God. Most of all, we thank Him for keeping Amber safe throughout the treacherous journey of pregnancy & pray that he will continue watching over her & her 7 golden babies until she fully recovers & they are strong enough to lead an independent life of their own."