One of the questions we get the most about our baby girl is, how is the dog with the baby? The answer is, Great! Mostly. After Eliza was born Scooter was staying with Shawn's brother and sister-in-law, so we had them take home the little hat she wore right after she was born to let Scooter get used to the scent of the baby. When we got home Scooter wasn't there and Shawn and I both remarked about how our family didn't feel complete without Scooter in the house too. Shawn's brother brought Scooter over a few minutes later. I stayed back in the bedroom with Eliza so Scooter could say hi to Shawn and get his energy out a little before we introduced him to the new baby. But Scooter ran right past Shawn to find me and was naturally curious about what I was holding. We let Scooter sniff Eliza to his heart's content, and then he was good, over the change. And really, that's what he does most of the time. He wants to sniff her, but mostly he ignores her. Until tummy time and then when we get down on the floor with Eliza Scooter tries to get right between us. He was so careful around her when she first came home, but he's getting a little less careful, and I'm getting a little more protective. But overall, he really loves the baby. When she's crying he always runs into the room to see what's wrong. And if I'm not with the baby when she's crying he comes to get me. The biggest change with Scooter is when visitors come over, he LOVES them. He's always loved visitors, but now he really tries to get them to pay attention to him. It's like he's saying "Finally! Someone to play with me!" Poor guy, we are trying to make sure he's still getting a lot of attention, but it's true that he's not getting as much as he used to. I think the older Eliza gets the more Scooter will love her.