So today my lovely friend rosie came over for a cuppa with her little girl ruby who is super Mega cute.
I was quite nervous.
I thought that dogs may try to eat her, or bite her, or knock her over, or maul her, the lists goes one. In short. I was worried.
Now neither dog has ever growled, snarled or tried to bite anyone. I just worry, a lot, about everything. They dont tell u when u r pregnant u turn into your nan when it comes to worrying.
So anyway, when they arrived I just shut the dogs in the garden. Nibbler knew someone was in the house and shoved his head through the cat flap, ruby (and rosie) thought this was hilarious. However I realised that this was probably not the best way to train the dogs not to eat babies or children. So I put harnesses on them and let them in. I held onto them both as best I could (5 stone of staffy is quite hard to hold on to) once they had calmed down I took off the harnesses and let them run about.
Neither dog seemed that interested in Ruby, apart from when she was busting some shapes to skater boy. I held a hand up to them when they went near to her and said no and all was good.
It helped a lot by the fact that ruby wasn’t the least bit fazed by the dogs, no fear which made me a lot calmer.
So overall it was a good insight into what the dogs will be like once the baby arrives. Not baby eating monsters I feared they would be. Megatron.
Smell u later xx