OMG. After hearing that Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle hope their dogs are good practice for babies -- I can't help but roll my eyes and think to myself, "You. Just. Wait."
Ugh. Please tell me I'm not the only one who is absolutely driven nuts by people who think having a dog and having a baby are the same thing. Oh come on -- you have at least one or two friends or family members who insist they'll be amazing parents simply because they've successfully "parented" a dog for a year or two.
Well, apparently celebs are under the same assumption.
But while Kevin is hoping his doggy-daddy skills will help him with an infant, at least Danielle is keeping a sense of humor about the whole thing. In reference to their dogs preparing them for kids, she said, "If that's practice you're not very good at it."
(Ouch. Way to hit your hubby where it hurts, girl.)
But seriously -- dogs are NOT babies. And babies are NOT dogs. Even though some research suggests dogs and babies are more alike than we think, there are a few key differences that are simply impossible to ignore.
Do you think babies and dogs are at all alike?
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I put a little away at a time
I cut corners until I can afford it
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