Introducing a human baby, when you previously were simply proud parents to fur babies is sometimes a difficult and sensitive transition, and at times you might definitely feel like they are against one another.
My husband and I are proud owners to two pug fur babies (Bella and Lily). My four legged children were adorable baggage of mine when I met my husband and he lovingly claimed them the second they became a part of his life. Thankfully!
I honestly had the conversation in my head early on in our relationship of, Okay, if he doesnt like them, that is it! We are not going to make it! That was not the case, and I am happy to say he is still around and loves the girls very much!
For years, the pugs were my only babies (cue the obnoxious amount of social media photo posts of my girls in costumes and such). Bella is the older one and the obvious diva of the two. She has a tendency to keep to herself, come to you when she needs you (for love or play on her terms), or most importantly-when you need her (she is wonderfully soothing in a time of crisis or sadness). Lily is the baby. She has what you think of as the baby personality. She is extra needy but so sweet. So much so that her neediness (and stinky-ness) does not even matter!