Kitties and woofies, Mom here has few wits to have come to wits end...but what few I have are flumbuzzled.
Katie has been sleeping on top of or crowded up against my head for several years now. Throw in free face washing and eyelid checking. A little less so in the summer months. But now, it's cooler and the last three nights will be an example. I am unsure how to handle this. Thought on how will be appreciated.
Katie has her sweet and beautiful face exactly next to mine...we are literally cheek to cheek. Wait, Her mouth and nosey are mashed to my cheek/eye. Mashed in tightly with a big sigh and settled in, her paw on my neck (that's OK) her sides and shoulder pressed against the upper part of my neck. Last night, she upped the ante and gathered my head into her arms. Like a head-sized ball. She let out a long sigh, settled her nose and mouth right into my eye and nose and started purring to beat the band and then, off to the arms of Morpheus. Just her. Not me.
TMI, but I have the smaller CPAP. The little "nose pillow", and she cuts off, or reduces greatly the air coming through on the side she is snuggled deeply into.
I can't keep her out...that's like punishing her for loving me so much. I keep moving her but she waits a few seconds politely and when I am still, she settles right back in. This went on six or seven times last night, and I even turned the light back on each time. Nope. My little girl stayed right there.
Here's an example from last night's sleep count by the Fitbit. That's just a part of the night.
Eyes burningly yours,
Mom of Katie