Chicago mother Ivette Ivens knew it was meant to be when she saw a French Bulldog puppy who was born on the same day as her baby. Farley joined the family five months ago and has been following baby Dilan around everywhere.“I’m pretty sure Dilan thinks they’re both the same species, as they walk at the same level and are both going through the stage of chewing on everything,” Ivette said.
“I saw Farley’s birth date and just knew it’s meant to be.”“I’m pretty sure Dilan thinks they’re both the same species.”“Farley patiently plays with him and tries not to snore while they both nap.”“It’s honestly the most loving connection – pure, unconditional, irreplaceable and inseparable.”
“Farley is very gentle and clumsy at times – we have to remember he is still only a baby, too.”
“My little Dilan is a chilled-out baby and he’s always happy, but for some reason Farley really cracks him up. I love seeing them together.”
“He cleans up Dilan’s mess after he eats, and always licks Dilan’s neck if he is crying, so he starts laughing out loud.”