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Maybe you had “kids” before you had kids. Furbabies. Furry kids.
Pets are sort of like little kids, except they never grow up. And most of them lick themselves. A lot. Pets, I mean… Okay, maybe some kids are like that, too.
When you’ve got a family critter that comes into bed with you, you already have some idea of some of the sleep mayhem you’ll encounter if you co-sleep with your little human.
You probably know that sudden earthquake when Rover leaps up onto the bed to play snoozing nighttime security guard to your night’s “sleep,”* announcing himself by flogging you with a happy tail before settling down on a limb. Cats are more stealthy, so it might be a nostril-full of hair or a set of needlelike claws that announce their presence when they’re navigating the unusable surface of the bedding, your pillow or your face.
Whatever your pet, when you co-sleep, pets in bed can quickly become pests in bed. Good luck!
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