makes Mummy wonder why she doesn’t have Charlie more often.
She goes to bed with Charlie’s chin on her shoulderShe wakes up to Charlie coming for a cuddle
He lays his head on Mummy’s chestHe’s spooning her while I look on …
Georgie rouses and looks up to see what Charlie is up to And then he gets up for a s-t-r-e-t-c-h And Charlie jumps over Mummy to check on GeorgeThey say “good morning” to each otherAnd they have a little play And when Mummy still isn’t getting up, Charlie just flops down on her again And George nudges Charlie And then looks out at the great big world with his big brown eyes And all this time I look on – wondering what has happened to my world of just Mummy and Me.May’s comment: Charlie gives the best cuddles.
Darcy has her space next to my head when we go to bed and then she stretches out and takes up the other side of the bed. Sometimes in the mornings, she would jump up on my side of the bed for a short snuggle – waiting for me to get up. She doesn’t like to be cuddled and held. I wish she did. She does look on whenever I cuddle the others.
George stays at the end of the bed at night – he likes his space. Every now and then he decides to lie at the back of my knee of in between my legs – not very comfortable. In the mornings he comes up to my pillow and lie next to me, waiting for me to move. When I do, he jumps on top of me and wants to be stroked. If I should be stroking Charlie or Darcy, he will nudge my hand and ask to be stroked.
But Charlie, he charges at me as we get ready for bed and thumps himself on top of me, breathing heavily into my ear. During the night he wanders off and sleeps on the floor under a chair – I think that’s where he slept when he was a puppy. Then he comes back in the mornings for more cuddles. He has no boundaries. He just wants to be close.
If there are human “Georges”, “Charlies” and a “Mr. Darcy” – wonder which version of sleeping habits I would prefer?!?!?! LOL!
And this is Charlie during the day, having a nap.He melts my heart. I wish I can have him more often … maybe one day when life settles down a little more. He came to stay for a few days and now he has returned home. And I don’t know when I will see him again. Miss your cuddles Charlie.