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October 19, 2018

The Rhodesian Ridgeback Parenting Model

Do I have any idea how to raise a child? No. But do I dedicate myself to reading parenting books and trying to learn? Also no. Thus far my fall back plan has been taking care of Lincoln by taking care of the dogs. It may lead him to a
Do I have any idea how to raise a child? No. But do I dedicate myself to reading parenting books and trying to learn? Also no. Thus far my fall back plan has been taking care of Lincoln by taking care of the dogs. It may lead him to a predilection for eating out of a dog bowl, but nonetheless I’m pretty happy with the results!

Comments for The Rhodesian Ridgeback Parenting Model

  1. you are the best parents of the whole slice earth!!!! his name for penny is pen-pen? how cute… what’s his name fore Zero?

  2. Victoria S Coleman says:

    he is growing up so fast and is so smart – i love how well he interacts with penny and zero and even feeds and bathes them – excellent job Will and Emily

  3. Emmadog says:

    So glad the pups still have the same life just with a new little friend. So many dogs get shoved into the closet when a baby arrives.

  4. Babies can learn a lot from doggies. Grown-ups can too! #doggieteachers

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  5. Eve says:

    Good job teaching about the joys of dogs and kids together! I loved the video and Lincoln’s cute little wave at the end! He is so good to give each one of them a treat! I hope to see many more videos watching Lincoln & the pups grow and learn about each other!

  6. Are you sure you don’t have a “Dogtorate” of Early Childhood Education?

  7. Kismet says:

    Um, since dogs are smarter than humans, you should let P&Z do the educating.

  8. Wendy says:

    Linc playing with the onions reminded me of my brother teaching my housemate’s son to play “roll an onion” (i.e. rolling an onion up the hallway). Who knew onion play was an international phenomenon?

  9. Michael Bondor says:

    Please keep doing these video essays. They make for gentle respite.

  10. shoes says:

    I adore this! When my boys were little and I used to tell some of my friends how my experience raising dogs was helpful with my new adventure raising kids, I would get some pretty strange looks. Having consistency, patience, love, and not taking things too seriously works well for both kids and pets.

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