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Push over, please

Posted by laurie on November 16, 2011

Little me in the king-sized bed didn’t stand a chance last night. I kept waking up to find myself closer and closer to the edge. At 5:30 I was just about to fall off so I got up. It was just about time anyway. Phillip is going to come back from his trip and brag about how well he slept in the king-sized hotel bed. That’s okay, he deserves it.

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13 Responses to “Push over, please”

  1. Luana, Cody, and Henry said

    Wow – that sounds like me with Cody and Henry in my twin-sized bed (along with a couple of cats!). Every so often we have to reshuffle the group so I don’t wind up on the floor!

    What a sweet picture of Shermie!

  2. Karen S. said

    Sherman is so adorable. Is he asking for a manicure?

  3. Susan in DE said

    Aaawwwww … stretchy hound! I love stretchy hounds, except Josie always seems to make a point of showing you the posterior view of the pose, which isn’t quite as cute. ;->

  4. ChristyACB said

    LOL at Susan! Gigi does the same thing! I keep wondering if that is her way of telling me something. 🙂

    Shermie looks like a little Beaglish Angel, doesn’t he? With his little mustachio and soft eyes.

    • Susan in DE said

      I don’t think I want to know what they’re trying to tell us, Christy! Josie also adds to this a flirty look over the shoulder, a sly smile, and the little wag of the tail (and occasionally this ridiculous little yawn that as near as I can spell how it sounds goes something like, “Ah-yaiiiiiiAH-up!”) and then she sashays down the hall. Jordan just stretches like an old man. :->

  5. Baci's mom said

    The smallest beagle in the largest bed will eventually take over all the space. I wake up to find Baci melded against my side. I nudge him gently; he sighs and rearranges himself a few millimeters away. I wake up again to find myself at the edge of the bed. I shove him less gently; he grumbles and moves barely perceptibly. I get up to go to the bathroom and come back to bed. Forget about it — it’s almost time to get up anyway.

  6. Sue K said

    When my husband goes away, I sleep in the middle of the king sized bed, that way I stand half a chance. When Huey was alive, I would put him on one side of me and Brady on the other. Now that Huey is gone, Brady feels the need to fill up his space as well as Hueys former space! Still starting in the middle of the bed gives me a fighting chance to avoid the floor!

  7. I just give my Lily her own pillow. She does pretty well about staying on her side of the bed. If it gets cold (and Lily cold is anything under 70 degrees) she has to sleep under the covers which means at least two to three wake up scratches to be tucked back in. Unfortunately, Jake sleeps on the dog bed on the floor right next to me so I am trapped if I ever have to wake up in a hurry. It’s amazing what we do to accomodate the beags! I guess it’s what we owe them for keeping them on the constant diets 🙂

  8. Kramer and Gandolf's mom said

    Ha! My Kramer is so not a snuggler late at night. Poor Gandolf remains on his floor bed, to ensure the order of the pack. However Kramer, I can nap with him and snuggle with him till the cows come home. But when it’s bed time, and time to sleep for the night, Kramer is less than excited if I come to his bed (he sleeps on a queen sized bed in our spare bedroom). He sighs, gives me the feet, and gets up to turn multiple times until he gives up and leaves the bed. Such a spoiled Beaglee. I lvoe them to pieces tho. 🙂

  9. Donna & Oscar & Spencer said

    When Tim is out of town Oscar sleeps like a human with his head on the pillow and Spencer sleeps on my feet. I tried the middle of the bed thing to stake out my territory, but it’s funny it doesn’t work.

    Laurie, I sent you an email about an intro rate that Hawaiian Airlines is offering from New York. If you are interested you got to jump on it fast!!!

  10. Amber said

    haha I’ve always been amazed at how such a small dog can take up an entire bed. Eddie takes up our entire queen size bed and just looks at you like…why are you waking me up?

    • Carol said

      It must be an Eddy thing. Our Eddy is like liquid at night. if you move an inch, his body fluidly fills that spot. I keep an extra blanket by my side of the bed, just in case I’m left out in the cold (so to speak)

      • Amber said

        OMG!!! So do I, I just didn’t want to admit I kept a spare blanket nearby rather than move a “dog”…my hubby makes so much fun of me:)

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