So our church recently held an evening seminar for parents on The Five Love Languages for Children.
And guess what? It's the same freakin' thing as for adults!! Shocker right? I only know this, because our friends Matt & Amy went and they were like "this is the exact same thing as the adult version".
Hmmmm....which got me to thinking last night as I was snuggling with my boys.
There really should be another book written called The Five Love Languages of DOGS! :-)
Oh yeah, I just went there.
So Jason and I were evaluating our pups last night trying to decide which one had which love language and here's what we came up with:
Jeep's always been a bit of a loner, but he loves to snuggle and give kisses.
I swear that massive tongue of his is outside of his mouth, more than it's in his mouth.
He's our Alpha as strange as that is, because he's more passive and gentle.
He's also our most fearful dog - he's terrified of fire, flashlights, lawn equipment, Jason's work cooler...I could go on and on. Poor guy.
He weighs in at 93 pounds and guards the backyard as if his life depended on it.
He's also our morning dog and as soon as my alarm goes off, he's moaning at the bedroom door for one of us to get up.
He's so gentle and so sweet.
We call him the Mayor, cause whenever we go to the dog park, he feels it's his job to go around and welcome everyone and say hi.
He also goes by the nicknames: Polar Bear, Handsome, Yellow Guy & Buck Buck #1.
Jeep's love language is physical touch.
His love language is "quality time".
I know that sounds weird, but follow me here.
Yes, we are obsessed with our furbabies :-)