I've waited a good long while to learn my children's love languages and "A Perfect Pet for Peyton" by Rick Osborne and Gary Chapman is a great opportunity to learn more about their love languages.
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At the end of the party, Mr. Chapman tells each kid which animal would work well with their love language. If you're unfamiliar with the love languages they are:
- Words of Affirmation
- Physical Touch
- Quality Time
- Acts of Service
While you may think that you know how to love your family, I really suggest you read either this book or the other Love Language books because it does matter that you love them, but how can you love them BEST?! I can say nice things to my husband all day, but without physical touch he's not getting loved the best.
There's a quiz in the back of "A Perfect Pet for Peyton" to help you realize your child's love language. I'm planning to take this quiz after school today, but I think that my children's love languages are:
Moose - physical touch or words of affirmation
Squirt - physical touch or gifts
I'm excited to learn more and I'm so thankful I got the opportunity to read "A Perfect Pet for Peyton."
Disclaimer: I received this book in order to write an honest review. All opinions are my own and others may or may not agree with them.