This page describes all of Lily Loud's relationships with her family and friends.
Since Lily's the baby of the family (literally and figuratively), her siblings tend to her every need, and take the best care of her. She is always happy to be around them, and is able to tell when something is happening, like in "Cover Girls", she knew to cry at the right time to distract their parents before they noticed Lincoln missed his curfew.
Sometimes, things happen to her, or it appears that something has, due to their conflicts and antics, they would then put Lily first in solving the problems they caused, as shown in "Chore and Peace", when Lily going missing in the mess.
In "Changing the Baby", her siblings try to implement their interests on her, because they had nobody that shares their likes.
In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", when Lily's siblings searched her and Lisa's room for the money, they were quiet because Lily was taking a nap. Later, when she woke up, they were worried that they were the cause.
In "Brawl in the Family", she gets into a huge fight with all of her sisters after Lincoln reveals things that the sisters said about each other.
In "Potty Mouth", her siblings become worried about being a bad influence on her when they hear her say something that sounds like a swear word, and try changing their behavior so Lily has something better and more positive to imitate. At the end of the episode, when Lily curses, all her family were in shock.
In "The Crying Dame", her siblings give Lily a singing toy in order to stop her crying, but it soon drives them crazy, but when they get rid of it, they dance for Lily to make her feel better again.
In "Any Given Sundae", when Lily was sad because a bird knocked over her sundae, her siblings all tried to reassure her.
In Clean-O-Clock, Lily's siblings can all change her diaper.
In Welcome to the Loud House, Lily's siblings all scream and run when she poops her diaper.
In "Live Life Loud!", Lily attacks her siblings and curses at them.
She and Lincoln really love each other. Lincoln is one of the siblings who often carries Lily, changes her diapers, and burps her; alongside Luna. He's very protective towards her, as he is usually the quickest to save her if she is falling, for instance, he was the one searching for her the most when she went missing and saved her from Lisa's seemingly dangerous experiment.
In Making the Case, even though he doesn’t record her, she still pretends to disown him, until he makes it right.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", she rubs ketchup off his face.
In "Changing the Baby", Lincoln spent his day with his sister Lily who was shown to enjoy doing so, though instead of becoming like Lincoln (which was his intention) she instead chose to keep a hold of her blanket.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", he and Clyde McBride babysat her and learned it isn't as easy as he thought it would be. She and Lincoln are the two Loud kids who find clothes uncomfortable, which they can relate best through this.
In "No Such Luck", Lily points out Lincoln and calls him, "Incoln". He then distracts her with a milk bottle.
In "Potty Mouth", Lincoln accidentally swears in front of Lily. When he and the others think Lily swore, he's the one who suggests giving her better behavior to imitate. Later, Lily crawls into Lincoln's shirt to copy Lori and Leni, who were sharing their sweater, and sneezes, which annoys Lincoln.
In "Room with a Feud", Lily and Lincoln become roommates, but the latter is unable to get any sleep due to the former's noise and poo from her diaper.
In "Yes Man", when Lincoln tries crying to get his way like Lily did, she gives him a "thumbs down". She later thanks him.
In "Mall of Duty", Lincoln saves Lily from a train that was going to crash.
In Making the Grade, she’s the only other sister who doesn’t get mad at Lincoln.
In "The Crying Dame", Lincoln dresses as Fenton when he and his other sisters sing for Lily.
In "White Hare", Lily tells Lincoln that he is "Yincoln Youd".
In "Any Given Sundae", Lincoln correctly guesses that Lily is trying to communicate when she mimes eating ice cream, however, he fails to guess what it is. Later, he gets the idea to make Lily a sundae when she jumps on Flip's freezer and puts the gummi bears on said sundae.
In "Season's Cheatings", Lincoln attempts to rig the gift-swap so that Lily can get his name and the parents will get him a Rip Hardcore backpack. When he retrieves his name from her room, he wakes her up and sings her a lullaby to put her to sleep. Later, when he is forced to sacrifice his Rip Hardcore backpack to Chandler, Lily is saddened by his sacrifice and makes a finger-painting of herself giving him the backpack. The painting is enough to drive him to tears, and she wishes him a Merry Christmas.
In "Silence of the Luans", Lily fights Lincoln when he and Luan attempt to stop her pranks.
In "The Loud House (pilot)", Lincoln is grossed out by Lily's dirty diaper, but then uses it to his advantage to scare Lori out of the bathroom.
In the first installment of Listen Out Loud, Lincoln tries to keep Lily quiet with her rattle, and when that proves too noisy, he swaps it for her blanket.
In Dairyland Amoosement Park (game), they ride the Teacups ride together.
In Living Loud: Lincoln's List, Lincoln puts Lily down for a nap.
In Food Fight, Lily is the only sister not to throw food at Lincoln.
She and Lori have a good relationship, and likely due to their large age difference (at sixteen years), Lori tends to act more like a motherly figure to her youngest sibling.
In "Cover Girls", Lily dresses up as Lori at once point.
In "Potty Mouth", Lori accidentally swears in front of Lily. Later, when she and Leni try to demonstrate better behaviour by sharing their sweater, Lily copies them by crawling into Lincoln's shirt.
In "Room with a Feud", Lori steps on Lily's phone by accident which causes the latter to post embarrassing images of the former's double chins on the Internet.
In "Selfie Improvement", Lily asked Lori to change her diaper. When Lori refused, Lily got angry and threw her diaper at her.
In "The Mad Scientist", Lori reads Lily a bedtime story.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lori tries to burp Lily.
In "No Guts, No Glori", it's revealed that Lori doesn't allow Lily to walk around naked while the parents are away.
In Welcome to the Loud House, Lily tries to eat Lori's cell phone.
In The Loud House (pilot), Lori is grossed out by Lily's dirty diaper.
She and Leni have a good relationship, and after Luna and Lincoln, Leni seems to spend the most time with Lily.
In "Suite and Sour", Leni shows the ability to understand her, in their stay at a hotel.
In "Changing the Baby", Leni tries to implement her interests on Lily, because she had nobody that shares her likes.
In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Leni prevents Lincoln from firing chicken soup at Lily, who was sick.
In "Back in Black", Leni plays with Lily.
In "Potty Mouth", Leni accidentally swears in front of Lily. Later, when she and Lori try to demonstrate better behavior by sharing their sweater, Lily copies them by crawling into Lincoln's shirt.
In "Spell It Out", Leni was seen holding Lily in the photo.
In "The Crying Dame", Leni tries to cheer up Lily when she is sad by feeding her.
In "Any Given Sundae", Leni finds it cute when Lily tries to call a meeting.
In "Don't You Fore-get About Me", Leni turns to Lily for advice about Lori's eventual departure for university.
In Welcome to the Loud House, Lily plays with Leni's driving outfit.
Luna has a cute relationship with her baby sister. Lily seems to enjoy being with her. As shown in most episodes, Luna seems to spend the most time with Lily, and is the one who usually carries her when they and the rest of their siblings are on the move.
In "Changing the Baby", Luna tries to teach Lily how to play drums while performing a stage dive.
In "Potty Mouth", Luna accidentally swears in front of Lily.
In "The Crying Dame", Luna carries Lily from bed in the morning.
In "Cheater by the Dozen", Luna covers Lily's eyes from inappropriate things.
In "Along Came a Sister", Luna covers Frances with a pot and then drums on it with Lily so as not to look suspicious.
She and Luan have a good relationship.
Luan likes making Lily laugh and feel happy, although Lily doesn't seem to find a lot of Luan's jokes and puns to be that funny.
Luan plays with her while wearing her Groucho glasses in "Picture Perfect".
In "Ties That Bind", Luan dresses up like a mime, to entertain Lily.
In "Changing the Baby", Luan dresses Lily up as her ventriloquist dummy, Mr. Coconuts.
In "Out on a Limo", Luan plays Peekaboo with her by messing with the partition window in the limo.
As demonstrated in "Homespun", Luan understands Lily's babbling and can easily translate it to English.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", Lily makes raspberry sounds after Luan told one of her Christmas-themed puns.
In "Brawl in the Family", Luan reads Lily a story.
In "Potty Mouth", she, along with Lucy, are the only Loud siblings who do not swear in front of Lily.
In "Rita Her Rights", Luan uses Lily as a part of her "sawing someone in half" act.
In "The Crying Dame", Luan changes Lily's diaper and then later tries to cheer her up with balloon animals.
In "House of Lies", Lily draws a picture for Luan. However, when Luan lies about loving it, Lisa points this out, making Lily furious.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lily uses Walt to distract Luan from pranking her family with a boxing glove, which leads to Luan accidentally knocking herself out. Later, when Lily was sad because of her sundae being knocked over, Luan tried to cheer her up by telling jokes.
In "Silence of the Luans", Lily sets up a series of intense pranks to successfully get Luan out of retirement from pranking. It is also revealed that Lily likes Luan's April Fool's Day pranks.
In "Welcome to the Loud House", Lily chews on Luan's microphone.
She and Lynn have a good relationship.
In "Potty Mouth", Lynn accidentally swears in front of Lily and later, when Lynn almost swears but changes it into a cheer halfway, Lily copies the cheer.
In "Spell It Out", she, Lily, Lana and Lola play canoeing.
In "Lynner Takes All", Lily is stacking blocks, and Lynn turns it into a competition and stacks more blocks higher.
In "The Mad Scientist", Lily is offended by Lynn's not wanting to bunk with her, so she blows a raspberry.
In "Sitting Bull", Lynn nearly hurts Lily but is saved by Charles at the last minute.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lily uses Charles to prevent Lynn, who was playing ball on the stairs, from accidentally hitting Rita in the face with the ball. Later, Lynn puts whipped topping on Lily's sundae.
In "Saved by the Spell", Lynn ate a Lily-shaped pancake.
In "No End in Bite", Lynn changes Lily's diaper but replaces it with a page from Lucy's book as they'd run out of diapers.
In "Live Life Loud!", Lynn nearly calls the cops on Lily for attacking and cursing at Lynn and her other siblings.
She and Lucy have a good relationship.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", they both sat at the kiddy table.
In "Linc or Swim" Lucy took care of Lily by rubbing her body with sunscreen.
In "Changing the Baby", Lucy tries to make Lily a goth because no one else shares her interest.
In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Lily accidentally gives Lucy the flu by sneezing out a snot bubble which lands on her.
In "Spell It Out", Lucy is annoyed by Lily, the twins, and Lynn playing canoe while she's trying to do a seance.
In "Potty Mouth", she, along with Luan, are the only Loud siblings who does not swear in front of Lily.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lucy complains that Lily's dirty diaper smells like "a thousand angry skunks".
In "No End in Bite", Lucy is grossed out by the fact that Lynn used part of her book as a diaper for Lily, especially when Lily poops in it, however, she doesn't hold it against Lily.
In Welcome to the Loud House, Lily puts Lucy's poetry book on her face.
She and Lana have a good relationship.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", they both sat at the kiddy table.
In "Potty Mouth", Lana accidentally swears in front of Lily. Later, Lily copies Lana singing "Jingle Bells".
In "The Crying Dame", Lana drives Lily around. Later, Lana tries to cheer Lily up, by building a fort.
In "Spell It Out", Lily plays canoeing with Lana, along with Lola and Lynn.
In "Pipe Dreams", Lana carried Lily in the opposite direction downstairs.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lily settles a fight between the twins by picking a TV show they both enjoy. Later, Lana smashes a cookie to put on Lily's sundae.
In Welcome to the Loud House, Lily tries to eat Lana's gum, wrapper and all.
In Lana's episode of Listen Out Loud, she hoses down Lily's car seat after her diaper had leaked on it.
In "Live Life Loud!", Lily is woken up by Lana's hiccupping.
She and Lola have a good relationship.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", they both sat at the kiddy table.
In "Changing the Baby", Lola wanted to have a tea party with Lily.
In "Potty Mouth", Lola accidentally swears in front of Lily.
In "Out of the Picture", Lily takes a picture of Lola on her tablet. Lola finds the perfect picture and she hugs Lily for helping her.
In "Spell It Out", Lily and Lola play canoeing together, along with Lynn and Lana.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lola accidentally annoys Lily at the meeting by thinking her drawing of a sundae was an upside-down tree (although she did try to congratulate her for it) and mistaking her frustrated gestures for waving. Later, Lily settles a fight between the twins by finding a TV show they both like, and still later, she gives Lana a cookie to crumble up so that Lily can put it on her sundae.
In "A Star is Scorned", Lily starts to team up with Lola for her commercial shoots. Soon enough, Lily begins to steal the spotlight, which upsets Lola until she learns that it was all just a part of spending time together.
In Welcome to the Loud House, Lily plays with Lola's flowers.
In "Live Life Loud!", Lola demands Lily be locked up for hitting and swearing at her siblings.
Lisa has a good friendship with her, as the both of them are roommates.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", they both sat at the kiddy table.
In "Changing the Baby" Lisa tries to use Lily on an experiment that appears to be very dangerous.
In "Ties That Bind", Lisa carried Lily into the direction of the bathroom.
In "Study Muffin", Lisa reveals she tutors Lily for finger painting.
In "Potty Mouth", Lisa accidentally swears in front of Lily. Lisa proposes to remove Lily's vocal cords, which her siblings swiftly deny.
In "The Crying Dame", Lisa checks Lily's diaper to determine if it was the cause of her crying.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lisa mistakenly thinks Lily called the meeting because she was gassy. Later, Lisa correctly wonders if Lily deliberately got her family to make her the sundae at Flip's, although both she and Lynn Sr. dismissed the idea as silly due to Lily's young age.
In Living Loud: Summer School, Lisa accidentally gives Lily coffee.
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Lisa and Lily sit together.
In Luan's installment of Listen Out Loud, Lisa is sent flying into a pile of Lily's dirty diapers courtesy of one of Luan's pranks, and gets revenge by hitting Luan in the face with a pie allegedly made from the diapers.
Her parents take excellent care of her, and they make sure she doesn't get into any trouble.
In "Chore and Peace", they take her with them to get her out of the garbage caused by the kids' strike.
In "Future Tense", she is the only Loud sibling not forced by her parents to do an extracurricular activity due to her being an infant.
In "The Crying Dame", they comfort Lily when she was crying when her siblings were figuring out why. They tell their children that sometimes babies cry for no reason.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", it reveals that Lynn Sr. looks after Lily while the rest of family goes to Aunt Ruth's.
In "The Crying Dame", he and his wife comfort Lily when she was crying.
In "Anti-Social", they build blocks together.
In "Present Tense", Lily brought her father a tie as a restaurant opening gift.
In "12 Days of Christmas", Lynn Sr. changes Lily's diaper.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lily moves the kids' discarded toys out of the hall so he doesn't slip on them. Lynn Sr. also expresses joy at giving his youngest child ice cream for the first time, lets her use his phone, changes her diaper, and makes her the ice cream sundae.
They have a good relationship. Rita protects Lily as shown in "Chore and Peace", when she and her husband take her out of the garbage.
In "Come Sale Away", after Rita washes Lily's blanket, she gives it back to her.
In "Potty Mouth", Rita was worried Lily not getting accepted into the Academy, and when she got approved, Rita was happy.
In "The Crying Dame", she picks up Lily and she and Lynn Sr. comfort her as she cries.
In "Any Given Sundae", Rita has the idea to introduce Lily to ice cream. Lily also uses her scheming talents to prevent Rita from being knocked over by Lynn, the twins, and Luan, and Rita orders Lily a sundae and tries to order her a new one after the first one is knocked over.
In "Last Loud on Earth", she looks at her when Rita refuses to punish the boys.
In "Undercover Mom", Lily offers to kiss Rita while the latter admits in how her daughters are not letting her into their lives. Later, when Rita disguises herself as Brita, Lily sees through her disguise and happily calls out to her.
In Lana's installment of Listen Out Loud, it's revealed that Rita once took a shortcut home through a cornfield because Lily had had a "diaper blowout".
While Lily likes Ruth more than her siblings do (except maybe Lana), she's still not too keen on staying with her.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", Ruth doesn't let Lily onto her property because she fears Lily will be mean to her cats.
In "Suite and Sour", Ruth has apparently changed her mind and she lets Lily stay with her. Lily, however, is not keen on the idea and happily joins her siblings when they try to convince their parents not to take them to Ruth's place for the weekend.In "Any Given Sundae", it's revealed that Lily once phoned up Ruth in the past while playing with Lynn Sr.'s phone, which he disliked as it led to a three-hour conversation that he found boring.
Clyde and Lily seem to get along pretty well whenever they interact with each other. Just like Lincoln and his sisters, he can't resist the baby of the family.
In "Changing the Baby", Clyde fears that Lily will replace him as Lincoln's new best friend and tries to win Lincoln back by dressing up as a baby. When he realizes how cute Lily is, Clyde admits that he can't stay mad at her and decides to spend some time with her.
In "Overnight Success", Clyde was playing with Lily for a little while as Leni was shampooing his hair.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", Clyde helps Lincoln babysit Lily, thinking it would be an easy task, only to find out that it's much more difficult than intended. Lily at one point tears off strands of Clyde's hair, while she throws a tantrum.
In "Baby Steps", Lily wants Clyde to read her a story which seems to be about the ABC's of veggies, which Clyde contentedly agrees.
In Living Loud: Lincoln's List, Clyde gives Lincoln advice on getting Lily to sleep.
Despite being an inanimate object, Lily loves her teddy bear, both in a friendly way and a romantic way. It's justified in that Lily's still just a baby and probably does not have a full understanding of the concept of romance.
Lily seems to like Charles a lot.
In "Potty Mouth", she points at him and says, "Doggy!".
In "Sitting Bull", Charles saves her from nearly being hurt by Lynn on a tire swing.
In "Any Given Sundae", she rides on him as part of her plan to prevent the twins, Lynn, and Luan from knocking over Rita.
Lily seems to be on good terms with Cliff.
In "Potty Mouth", she points at him and says, "Kitty cat!".In "Rita Her Rights", Cliff pulls Lily along on a skateboard.
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