Laika is a wee bit terrified of Addiah but simply can't keep her energy down in Addiah's presence anyway, so she rolls with her usual attitude and runs before her antics gain any real consequences. She has been known to run errands or missions for Addiah in the past, and the two can briefly get along over a drink.
Generally, Addiah gives the lightning child a wide berth, but she crosses paths with Laika on a repeated basis. Addiah finds Laika's antics to be a touch on the chaotic side and honestly, she has enough of that in her life already. However, the blonde is always amusing to watch from a distance, especially when aggravating someone else.
Addiah finds Bayou to be unfathomably curious. His brand of magic, while not completely unfamiliar, consistently manages to surprise her and she's enthralled by this. The little frog creature has captured her attention for this and is now under her protection to the same degree as the rest of their family.
Douggie did his best to respect Addiah from a distance until they found their happy medium with each other. Now, they're much closer and Douggie loves her just as much as any other member of their found family. He's fascinated by her magical abilities and often brings home some sort of magical creature (like Bayou) or essence for her to investigate.
Whilst she wasn't sure about him at first, Addiah has found a comfortable accord with Douggie. He's proven himself as very capable, if a little happy-go-lucky, and his optimism is starting to rub off on her.
Stranger is captivated by Addiah. He lives with her in fits and bursts alongside Richard and the rest of the crew so they are in a comfortable space together, but as a magical being himself, he'd acutely aware of how powerful she really is. He loves making her laugh (especially when teaming up with Richard to do so) because it's humanising and he feels like she really needs it.
Addiah only recently discovered Stranger but has quickly come to accept him as their newest family member. His playfully loud-mouthed attitude is a complete contrast to her own but she enjoys his humour thoroughly. He's an old friend of Richard's and Addiah has come to realise that he could well be classed as her husband's husband.