A 23-month-old got out of bed in the middle of the night for a mysterious reason, his best friend was sleeping on the floor in his room so the little boy grabet his blanket in the middle of night, climbing out of bed, and joining Brutus on a floor mat to sleep together.
His mom Paige said that “whether it be in the dog bed, Finn’s bed, or the floor, the two always sleep together,”.
His mom found the little baby curled up next to his best friend and she was intrigued to find out how it happened so she decided to set up a camera in the little boys room.
“Initially, Brutus would sleep on the rug in front of his crib every night.” But when Finn started sleeping in a bed, “Brutus began crawling up and sleeping in bed every night; it was as if he laid next to him to prevent him from rolling out of bed.” Paige said to Bored Panda.
“The anatomy scan showed that he had a cyanotic heart defect called transposition of the great arteries.” “Finn had his arterial switch at 11 days old and did great and after seven weeks, a few unexpected complications, and an additional surgery,”
Paige said “it was as if Brutus just knew Finn needed some extra close monitoring and he has been by his side ever since.”