Sorry I missed your repost. Even if we locked the dogs up, we still don't have enough chairs or room for chairs for the little butts of people's little children. If the guestlist was smaller I wouldn't mind the kids, even around the dogs, but keeping track of a lot of guests plus the kids and dogs is too much. I don't think I'm being unreasonable. I am sure most people won't expect me to watch their kids, but we all know someone who thinks their kid's bad behavior is cute, that the doggie doesn't mind being poked in the eye, etc. and since I don't know any of the women invited I can't be sure that I won't end up needing to keep tabs on that kid.
What people seem to be hinting at here that you don't seem to be picking up on is that having your dogs running around your house, when you've already said it is going to be really crowded with people you don't know, and your little dog doesn't like being picked up, is not a great idea, regardless of whether there are kids there.
I personally love dogs, and the MTB might love your dogs too, but you're going to have a lot of strangers in your home, and things are going to be crowded - you might really want to consider removing your dogs from the equation. This way you don't have to worry about allergies, dogs getting stepped on or picked up, any toddlers that might be brought along, etc. As a PP said, it's not only kids who are unpredictable around dogs. I know plenty of adults who do not like dogs and would be freaked out by being greeted with "90 lbs of fur."
Just because you warn people when they RSVP that you have dogs doesn't mean it is okay for you to have them running around. You're the host, and you want your guests to feel comfortable in your home. I know people who would, on hearing there would be a large dog running around, decline to attend. Do you want your friend's friends to feel nervous or uncomfortable or simply not come just because of the dogs? Do you want to worry about watching the dogs around strangers, making sure the little one isn't picked up, that the dogs aren't getting into the food, etc, all while dealing with all the other hosting duties?