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    DefaultDoes anyone else have a squirmer?

    Oiy. It was really noticable last night and now I was able to show hubby why I can't sleep at night with Remy in the bed.

    Picture this: Family of 4 (2 adults 2 dogs) settle in for the night in the tv room on the l-shaped sectional (purchases so all 4 members of the family can fit) to watch tv. One dog and 2 adults are curled up on the couch - ottoman in front for our feet. Remy has other ideas of course. He starts off on the couch. Then moves to the floor. Then leaves the room. Comes back. Moves ottoman to the left so he can lay down. Gets up. Moves ottoman more so he can get close to mama. Must be touching mama. Lays head on my knees. Then lays down on my feet...moving ottoman more. Gets up. flips around. lays down. gets up. burrows under the bottom of my blanket at my feet. Lays down. Gets up, flips around and, after moving ottoman again...burrows under blanket at hubby's feet. Gets up again. Flips around. lays at my feet. Repeat this another 20 times at 2 minute intervals.

    Dude! You got ants in your pants? Just lay down!
    Melissa, Remy & Brooklyn

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    Ha! He sounds like Judy. Everything has to be just right before she will lie down.She's a nester too.
    Just lay down!
    I have used that line many times on her.

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    Well up until a few weeks ago I would have disagreed but I think that Jasper has an elderly bladder as he wakes me up regularly at 2am to go the loo ! If he doesn't answer the call, he paces , rattles the door, sighs, paces, rattles the door siighs !

    It just so happens that I usually concur but that's not the point.

    Dylan sleeps like a log !

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    Duke now sleeps on his bed beside our bed not from squirming but for sleeping on top of his mom's legs at night. I think both now sleep much better.

    Duke and Freckles at their country home

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    Fortunately Misha and Homer just lie down on their doggie bed (besides my bed) and sleep all night til 6 AM, when they wake me up to let me know my alarm is going to make noise in 15 minutes. They don´t snore either my old Brownie snored like an elephant

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    Ha HA...Labs.. i think they must be notorious for being restless little dudes.. Mine is too!


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    I guess I am lucky - they settle pretty quick

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    Hahaha... not that bad, but Abbey moves quite a bit!

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