Monday, July 18, 2011

How To Tell If Your Dog is Raising Your Child

How To Tell If Your Dog is Raising Your Child

1) Your child continues to make a noise that sounds like panting. (to recreate this sound, breathe out through your mouth 5 times in quick succession).

2) After mastering spoon feeding, she insists on lapping it up from the bowl instead.

3) The dog gets far more giggles than any funny faces or noise you make can illicit.

4) She has a preference for being on all fours (toes, not knees)


5) She cries when the dog leaves.

6) She drools excessively and prefers to have her mouth hang open.

7) She likes to chew on gatorade bottles (dog's toy of choice, second only to the peanut butter jars). She also beelines to the dog toy despite the abundance of baby toys around her.

8) She enjoys licking your face

9) She kicks one leg when she's happy

10) Your dog and your daughter are best friends. (Note the leg kicking)

* I started this post a few weeks ago and my baby looks so different already! Those clothes don't fit her anymore!


Katie said...

Love it! And I love that picture of her licking your face:) How nice that she has such a good buddy!

shamers said...

it might be time to put the dog outside. ;)

My name is Em. said...

I LOVED this post. hilarious. and sooooo cute.

ACW said...

I'm just glad they get along so well. Sibling rivalry and all. :)

Natalie said...

I've always thought babies were a lot like dogs. ;-)

Elena said...

At least Ada can't teach her swear words :)

Lance and Kimberlee said...

Cutest! It is so sweet how babies get so attached to their animals. My niece was the same way with their family dog. The panting sounds she made were my favorite. I'm thinking we need a dog.

jeanene c said...

It isn't a new idea. Remember Nanna in Peter Pan?

Jackijo said...

This is one of my favorite posts of all time!


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