Mom unexpectedly discovers the reason why her child slips out of bed in the middle of the night after being caught on video.
Having always had a soft spot for dogs, Paige Knudtson's first act after learning she was expecting her first child was a trip to a local animal shelter to meet the pups.
She was aware of how kind dogs are, especially when it comes to small children, and so she acquired Brutus, a 2-year-old boxer from a shelter. Although Paige had a dog before having her son Finn, it wasn't until she had him that she discovered how deep and precious the relationship could be between a dog and a child.
The two had been best friends in every sense of the term since they were children. Despite this, their friendship had a lot to give in the long run. When Finn's parents determined that he was ready to sleep alone, they purchased him a separate bed.
As a result, the bed was not large enough to accommodate both Finn and Brutus, contrary to what they had assumed when they first arrived.
Brutus, on the other hand, was adamant about not leaving his closest buddy alone in the room, and so he continued to sleep on the floor. That is, until their mother recorded the most precious moment ever on video!
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