Since the early days of Leonardo’s life, his loyal four-legged companion Chico has been by his side.
Recognizing that having a nanny may not be necessary, especially during this stage where her son primarily requires someone’s reassuring presence, mother Alicia made the wise decision.
As time passed, young Leo’s needs evolved, prompting the resourceful Chico to acquire new skills.
Chico, who is two years old while Leo approaches six months, took it upon himself as the eldest and most available member of the family to fulfill the role of the baby’s caretaker.
Tasks such as bathing, changing diapers, and feeding remain Alicia’s responsibilities. However, Chico excels at keeping an eye on Leo, preventing him from wandering off, acting as a tablet holder during funny cartoon sessions, and even serving as a cozy pillow.
During walks, Chico attentively watches over his little charge, swiftly approaching and nuzzling the stroller whenever Leo shows signs of distress, soothing him.
Alicia wholeheartedly approves of this arrangement, as Chico’s devotion allows her to have numerous precious minutes for other essential tasks.
The dog takes great pride in his role as the family’s protector and heir, eagerly embracing the opportunity to learn unusual tricks for canines.
As Leo grows older, Chico will continue to refine his skills, ensuring that he remains the perfect babysitter for his owner’s baby.