…the more some settle
into a favorite place
of simple comfort.
Poor older sibling! I wish I lived nearby so I could shower the sweet pooch with extra attention, with the humanoid baby getting MOST of it. Gorgeous dog.
No worries, she’s handling it all extremely well. She’s actually become more maternal in her behavior, and a little more protective of the house as well. Both of which I consider to be good, healthy responses. Even the second dog is getting settled; her first response was to stay far from the baby (she knew immediately that her status in the house had just gone down a notch), but now she’s getting acquainted, and we expect that once he’s mobile and eating solid foods (thus leaving a tasty trail wherever he goes), they’ll be the best of friends 🙂
One of the things I love about these dogs is how great they are with children!
Your dogs are terrific with children-my boys love them and your little boy is very lucky to have such loving and protective companions. They are such good pups and it is interesting to see the dynamic between them and the baby.
Yes-they do station themselves perfectly around the person who is most likely to be the dropper of morsels. You know who that is in our house! I could spell it in ALL CAPS if you like. 🙂
Kids and dogs — when my granddaughter was little the folks at daycare thought she had a little brother because she was always talking about him. To her he wasn’t a dog. He was another person.
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