Over the holidays – a four legged toddler sitter was born…
It’s no secret that Jaxson loves everything and everybody. But I’m beginning to see signs that he has special doodle love for toddlers #whodoesnt
MEET KENDALL –
My youngest grand nephew.
Kendall will be two years old in April. When they were together, Jaxson seemed quite “smitten” by his highly mobile yet unsteady and unpredictable movements.
Throughout the entire afternoon, he had this compelling urge to follow his every move #doodleshadowing
Even more interesting was the fact that Kendall felt the exact same way.
For hours, they played together totally oblivious to the rest of the room.
This little game reminded me of an R.Kelly line dance #smackmydoodlehead
Let’s go down the hall…
Step, step, round and round…
Now bring it back…
And do it again…
Jaxson seems to have a natural affinity for children. He’s gentle and slow to react to a child’s sudden movements. But because this was a new relationship, I was there every step of the way, up and down that hallway.
I look forward to watching these two fast & furious buddies grow up together. I am curious to see if the bond they’ve forged will continue for years to come.
Who knows – Kendall’s dad is a Jaxson fan – this doodle sitting thing could turn into a paying gig…
Anybody else know a four legged toddler sitter?
ONE MORE THING –
You should never trust a child and a dog alone together until they have become fast friends and the child is tall and strong enough to defend itself and knows not to harass the dog or mess with the dog’s toys or food/water dish.
Close supervision or separation is every parent and dog owner’s responsibility. Also, make sure that the dog has a “get away”–someplace it can go but the baby/toddler/child can’t–to relieve stress and calm its nerves and simply nap in peace. SOURCE: Pethelpful
“Happiness” is making it halfway through the week ❤️
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