In a word - obsessed! Every time he sees her his face lights up. The first time he saw her he crawled around the coffee table chasing after her. If he sees her in the living room, he will make a beeline from the family room crawling as fast as he can after her. If she is sitting on the couch (a frequent occurrence), Joshua will hold on to the couch and stand up so that he can see her and then try to touch her.
Annie, on the other hand, is a little less happy with this new situation. I am pretty sure her thought process is something like, "Guys what's going on? First you leave me with one little person for a whole week and then you come back with another little person?" If it is possible for dog to give you a look of betrayal, I am pretty sure Annie has given me one this week. Part of the problem is that "gentle" is still a concept that needs some working on with Joshua.
I think the one bright spot for Annie came when we put Joshua in the high chair to eat. I would say that at least as much food ends up on the floor as in his mouth. And Annie says, "Hey, maybe this little guy is not so bad after all..." We actually have to put Annie behind the gate otherwise Joshua will intentionally throw food down to her. And while I really believe Annie is absolutely safe with children, I don't want anyone to worry - we never leave the two of them alone.
And I promise, we do actually dress him. We are just a little low on clothes since he is already wearing size 24 month and I had mostly 18 month sized clothing. The shorts that went with this shirt are too small for him, so rather than fight to take off this shirt I just let him wear it with a diaper.