Using Your Head While Asleep

During a break from busyness, Hu-Dad glanced around in the study and noticed a pattern of how each dog was using his head while asleep.

Body on the blanket; head on the rug.

Body on the blanket; head on the rug.

A soft snoring rattled through the study as the Hu-Dad worked away (earning us kibble). He stopped, stretched, and looked around the room. Somehow, the three boys were all using a somewhat similar sleeping pattern, each with his own unique stamp on the pose.

Typhoon  may be sleeping on the hard floor (under the desk), but at least he is using a corner of Frankie's blanket for a pillow.

Typhoon may be sleeping on the hard floor (under the desk), but at least he is using a corner of Frankie’s blanket for a pillow.

In today’s case, the award for creativity goes to Landon. He had snagged the best bed with its thick coils of comfort, but stretching out caused a slight problem.

I think we need a bigger bed.

I think we need a bigger bed.

4 Comments

  1. Mom 'n Ebby on September 20, 2018 at 3:49 am

    Mom sez: Looks much the same way Ebby sleeps. Body on her mat in the living room, but head on the floor. Must be comfortable, or they wouldn’t do it.

  2. Juno's mom on September 19, 2018 at 10:50 am

    I haven’t seen Typhoon looking so calm. 😉

  3. Lori on September 19, 2018 at 7:47 am

    You boys are just adorable in your nap position!

  4. Jean B Burkhardt on September 19, 2018 at 5:55 am

    Each dog is sleeping but the poses are so different plus the surface they decide to do their napping on!!! I give my vote to Landon as well for the comfy bed although the stretching became an issue-lol!!

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