And the little dog said, roll over.

Ever since I have had a dog to call my own, they have shared my bed with me.  Or more accurately, they have allowed me to take up a very small portion of the bed while they consume the majority of it.  But… I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Some people scoff at the idea of our four-legged friends climbing into bed at the end of a long day. But to me, my dog is part of my family.  My dog is my life. She is the sweetest little girl and I love waking up between her and my boyfriend. 

Now, I always knew that a dog could take up a lot of room, but before I had a Frenchie that meant something completely different.  Now it means: she sleeps where she wants and takes up whatever room she wants, even if that means physically sleeping on me sometimes.  Apparently, I have become a human pillow.  Don’t forget, Frenchies snore – probably louder than any other dog (see @MsZiggyThePiggy on Instagram for some hilarious examples).  So, not only have I had to get used to sharing the bed with a warm furry little creature, I have to listen to her symphony all night long.

The infographic below is something I came across a while ago and it could not be more accurate. 

Does this look like something that happens in your house too? 

If it does, well at least were all in the same boat (or bed).

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