Here’s Why Lilly Ghalichi Feels Like a Bad “Dog-Mom”

Here’s Why Lilly Ghalichi Feels Like a Bad “Dog-Mom”

The Shahs of Sunset alum took to Instagram to write about life post-baby.

By Nikhita Mahtani
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If you follow Shahs of Sunset alum Lilly Ghalichi on Instagram, you’ve probably seen how adorable her baby girl, Alara Mir, is. Lilly’s been posting up a storm of pictures of her daughter, who looks so much like her, it’s unreal.

The new mommy welcomed Alara with her husband, Dara Mir, on September 30, 2018, and since then, she’s been busy being the best mom she can be. But apparently, someone’s been feeling left out.

Yesterday, Lilly revealed on Instagram that she’s worried about her sweet little Maltese, Coconut. On the show, Lilly had her precious pup by her side at (almost) all times ... but, with a new baby, we totally understand how that can now be difficult.

“Poor Coconut, I didn’t forget about you. I promise I’ll be a better dog-mom,” writes Lilly on the picture, which shows her holding Coconut up and giving her a kiss. The sweet pooch is looking at Lilly with a look of pure love and adoration, too! “You’ll always be my first born! Any other moms feel guilty about their dogs after baby?” asked the Lilly Lashes creator.

 

Honestly, we’re sure Lilly isn’t alone. Having a whole new person to take care of is a huge deal — even if you have help. With a baby comes a host of challenges, including forming new sleep habits and a feeding schedule, so it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Don’t worry, Lilly! We’re sure Coconut knows she’s loved.

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