Puppy Approves After Mom Lets Her Know That She Is Going To Be A Big Sister

Having a baby is a very exciting time in any woman’s life. It is a huge change, and while it can be daunting at times to contemplate you’re actually growing a whole other life inside of you, it’s still a pretty incredible experience.

Because of this, pregnancy becomes a time when you and your close family and friends come together as a collective to prepare for the new arrival. There is celebration as well as an urgent drive to get things prepared in time for the birth.

Included in the shuffle of a new life chapter, are our pets. They certainly deserve to be a part of the changes. And one pregnant woman, thought it best to try to explain to her dog that she was going to be a “big sister.”

Stephania Sayler was captured in a video letting her dog, Junie, know all the changes that were happening. She informed the dog that there was a baby growing inside her stomach. In the video, Junie just looks confused and it’s so adorable!
Eventually, after some time, Junie lays her head down on Stephania’s big belly. Clearly, it was a sign that she figured out what was going on and was happy to be a part of the expanding family.

You can watch the beautiful video below:

As much as people might not think so, dogs clearly have feelings and they can understand more than we give them credit for. Any dog owner will agree with me.

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