My first thoughts of bringing this little wild dog into the house was that it would be like every other toy my daughter owned. She would play with Chihuahua for a few days, maybe a couple of weeks, but it would end up in the toy box - forgotten just like the toys before it. Boy, I could not have been more wrong. Since the day Chihuahua has entered our house she has been more than loved (as I'm sure the picture shows). Every night, my daughter must have Chihuahua tucked up under her arm, nestled under her chin before she'll go to sleep. She has travelled just about everywhere you could imagine - dinners at many restaurants, soccer games, toy stores, parks, movies, the zoo, and the beach. She's more well-travelled that some people I know.
I couldn't count the number of times I've nearly had a heart attack wondering when Chihuahua "disappeared"; how many times I've left the house only to return home in a panic when we accidentally rushed my daughter into the car before she could think to grab her. I'm pretty sure I watch Chihuahua almost as closely as I watch my children because I can't imagine what life would be like without this ragged overly-loved little dog. Chihuahua is a big part of our family and we all have grown to love her. Although these days Chihuahua leaves the house less frequently as my daughter had to learn how to get along without her once she started school, Chihuahua still makes major journeys with us when we go on vacations. Be sure to check back as I will be adding future and past Chihuahua