As you know, dogs are man’s best friend.
But did you know that they are a baby’s best friend as well?
It makes sense when you think about it. I mean, if it were up to a dog, they would play with you 24/7.
Unfortunately for them, we adult humans have other responsibilities that require our time.
But a baby?
A baby is right there with you, dog.
They’ve got nothing but time and an imagination that can last for hours on end.
When baby Garrett and Phoenix the Husky decide that it’s time to play, it’s game on
And the true beauty of a game between a baby and a husky is the simplicity.
All baby Garrett has to do is a little jump and let out a joyous squeal.
Then it’s Phoenix the Husky’s turn to return the favor.
He jumps up on all fours, does a few quick side steps, and lets out a happy howl that sends Garrett into a laughing fit.
There’s something to be learned from the joy that a baby and a dog exhibit.
We get so used to the mundane reality of our lives that we forget to take pleasure in the small things–something that neither a baby nor a dog ever forgets to do.
Don’t believe me?
When’s the last time that you ran up to your loved one when they walked in the door and greeted them with the enthusiasm of a dog?
Or how about the last time that you jumped and ran and laughed just for the sake of doing so?
That’s what I thought.
We forget that there is more to life than working hard and saving money.
So why do we spend so much time making such a big deal out of meaningless drama and pointless frustrations?
Whatever the answer may be, at least we’re not alone in feeling this way.
And not only that, but the study also revealed that the actual “concept of fun” ended for almost half of the participants when they entered adulthood.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Garrett and Phoenix.
Garrett and Phoenix are having a deep and meaningful conversation, as you can see. What it’s about? We have no idea. Toys, possibly.