Thank you. This helps a lot. Do you mean you're not living with your boyfriend but just with the daughter that is his and yours? What is/are the source(s) of your grief? Is it separation from your bf? All of the emotions you list would fit with finding yourself a single mother and receiving guidance from your adoptive Native American Father-Chief for what to do next in this hero-challenge you're facing.
It makes ethnic sense to identify with Native Americans, since Hispanic-Americans are mestisos and thus natives here before the European whites. Your initial scene reminds me of a scene in my own dream about 20 years ago (before my first Jungian & Native American sweatlodge-ritual men's 4-day conference) when I saw a group of white Protestant Missionaries gathered for a conference in a Seminary Library (my wife earned a theology degree there, but never became a Presbyterian Minister, because she's a Universalist like I am--not limited to any dogma). One Missionary/Minister stood up and said "I don't think we should be trying to teach the Natives our religion(s). We should be helping them develop their own religions instead." I leaped up to agree whole-heartedly, said "And I am not a Jungian," and woke up. [So everyone should be free to develop her/his own native religion.]
The (probably male) baby is a newborn masculine side of yourself (as heroic journey-risk taker), with thick black hair signifying intense and energetic growth-energy, asleep because not yet conscious enough to know what he wants or where he wants to go. Your dream-ego needs to protect and nourish him so that his awakening consciousness can eventually furnish you with masculine initiative from within yourself. Until then, the wolf is your fierce and loyal teacher-guide for finding your way thru the desert, and sensing where the scarce waters are to nourish your human body and divine spirit.
There don't seem to be any explicit answers to your choices of direction. Except to suggest that a Native-American spiritual community does honor you, that a fathering figure may be available with wise counsel, and a fierce inner instinctual guide may be able to nudge you thru every choice you need to make.
Alternatively, if you don't have strong instinctive choices often enough, you could learn to use the Chinese oracular book "I-Ching" or "The book of changes" to help you assess alternative directions every time you don't have enough information or knowledge to choose confidently between alternatives: This actually reaches into the answers in our own subconscious --where "animal instinct" comes from--by the "chance" procedure of throwing 3 coins six times to construct Yang and Yin lines and either of them "changing." I can teach you how to operate with this readily available book, that I have used for over 40 years to reach beyond my 14+ years of college education for specific wise decisions. (Carl Jung wrote the best-known scholarly version's introduction in 1948 & Bob Dylan made it famous in 1962.
You could also consult your spiritual guide-wolf at decision-time, by incubating a dream or daydream thru visualizing it in its desert-nature and then just relaxing & watching where it goes, or doing this imagination as you're going to sleepjj--and afterwards using waking sensitivity to figure out what its wanderings or following dreams have shown you. This dream might also be counseling you NOT to follow some other decision-making guidance you can recognize as available (like friends, family or church).
Let me know if you want to follow up with the I-Ching for helping yourself take over self-guidance that might need strengthening if you're now without a partner for the first time. If my estimates of what your choices refer to is not accurate, and you do want to discusss them with me--I am licensed (for 40 years Marriage&Family Therapy) to do that.