Our cavapoo puppy, Teddy, is nearing 5 months old. He has recently graduated from sleeping downstairs to sleeping in my children's bedrooms on alternating nights. Last night, Teddy slept in Megan's room. This morning I woke up early to take Teddy outside before he had an accident on Megan's pale green carpet. He did a stellar job of doing his "business" outside and we came back in. We went back upstairs- I put him in his bed in Megan's room as she slept. I went back downstairs and then decided to check on him a little while later.
He wasn't in Megan's room.
I started calling his name....wondering where he could have gone. Most of the doors upstairs were shut. He wasn't in the hallway. I noticed Alex's door was ajar. Peeking in, I did a double-take. Teddy was snuggled by Alex's head, in his bed.
Alex's bed is pretty high off the ground.
Alex was sound asleep.
Which meant Teddy launched himself to get up onto Alex's bed and assume the snuggling position.
It was absolutely adorable.
Teddy loves us all, but he has a special place in his puppy heart for Alex.
As it should be.
Kathleen Neagle Sokolowski