Axle is the laziest boy out there. When we first adopted him it was definitely a learning curve between play and rest.
Come to find out he was a pain in the butt if he didn’t have exactly 4 hours of sleep in the middle of the day.
Still to this day he loves his naps but he has gained a little sister that loves to play and not let him sleep.
For being only 2, he acts like a grumpy old man with lots of snuggling and soothing.
When he isn’t napping, he’s working along side momma training his new sister. He is the best big brother out there even though his sister is already bigger then him.
We can’t even imagine life without our handsome man.

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