Dexter the Big Brother

Oscar’s buddy Dexter recently became a big brother!

“WHAT?!?! Imma be a big brudder?!?! OMG!!!”

You might recognize Dexter from this recent post.  We often crash their backyard because it is such a fun playground for the boys.   When Dexter’s parents were in the hospital this summer welcoming their little sweet pea into the world, I stopped by their house on my lunch break to give Dex a break from the solitude and let him romp around his backyard.   Rather than romp, he preferred to sunbathe – and did not care to go back inside:

(I finally had to stop the video so I could literally pick him up and carry him back in the house…Dexter’s mom fully admits that he is S-P-O-I-L-E-D, and it is true!) 

Once they brought their little baby girl home, Mom reports that Dexter has been very protective.  Every time she cries, Dexter runs to Mom and back to the baby, as if letting her know, “Momma, she’s crying!  Hurry!”  Welcome to the world, little lady! Your parents can watch you grow up not having to worry about a thing, because you have a very attentive big brother watching over you.

Oh hey, don’t forget to VOTE for COOPER!  What, you want to adopt him?  You can do that by starting here!



Filed under Our Foster Journey

7 responses to “Dexter the Big Brother

  1. How precious! It is my dream that our pooches will be this loving with their little two-legged siblings when the time comes. What a happy, lucky little family 🙂 Thanks for sharing!


  2. Your video was hilarious, but the pic of Dexter and the baby is beautiful!


  3. Shelley

    funny video…but the dog/baby pic trumps all!! how precious!?!?!?!


  4. I love the bond between baby and dog, it’s so perferctly pure and natural!


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