Normally, Bea either sleeps next to our bed on a make shift mattress made from a folded quilt cover, or she sleeps on our couch. Which can be pretty adorable sometimes.
Is this the cutest thing you’ve ever seen?
We do not let Bea in our bed – it’s both to prevent her from being spoiled as well as necessitated by us not having the room, even for a 20 pound little thing like Bea.
Our bed at home is a full one – the downside of a New York apartment is that we have just enough room for me, my wife, Bea, and three shirts. We’ve debated getting a king bed and just sacrificing the floor space in the bedroom, but that may not work.
“This is our bedroom. It’s where we keep our bed and our hopes for a bigger apartment.”
By the way, why do mattresses cost several thousand dollars? They’re not made of any expensive materials and EVERYONE has one. There’s no need for tech support or maintenance either; mattress should never cost ten times the price of an iPod. I’m guessing it’s because there’s no market for a used mattress. Or maybe there is one and its disgusting.
We’re on the road in Boston this weekend, so we decided to let Bea in the hotel bed. It’s like a vacation for her, so a bit of spoiling is okay. Letting her on the bed also prevented her from pacing around the room since she gets freaked out by new places.
Yes, it’s not super easy to sleep with her there (even when she’s happy, her wagging tail whapping the bed is not quiet). But it is super cute.
There are a few wonderful lasting effects of the cuteness – especially when we document them. So I guess we’ll be getting a king bed soon.
Bea hanging out with daddy.
THIS is the cutest thing you’ve ever seen.