Happy Dr. Seuss Day! We all love Dr. Seuss at our house, and Madison is really at an age where she loves to have Bailie read her his books.
Lately, Madison is a bit out of sorts about who she is. It has come to her attention when she is out meeting other dogs, none of them look like her. Bailie and I seem to be the only dogs who really look like her. It’s tough for kids to be different. Luckily, Dr. Seuss has a book for this problem called, The Shape of Me and Other Stuff.
Being a rare breed is not always an easy thing. People always ask what breed she is because she is different, they talk about how long and short she is, how long her ears are, but they do all agree she is adorable. Nevertheless, Madison needed some reassurance about her looks. Bailie was happy to spend time with her reading books about looks by Dr. Seuss.
After reading the books and talking about what it is like to be a GBGV, and not really like the other dogs, Bailie helped Madison write her own Dr. Seuss poem. I think they did a great job! You may remember, back in 2012, I wrote my own Dr. Seuss story called Go, Emma Dog, Go, fashioned after my favorite book, Go, Dog, Go!
Happy Dr. Seuss Day!