What is Doug like in bed? I know you want all the juicy details so, look away if you’re shy talking about things that happen in the bed. Still reading? Ok then, here goes. Doug sleeps like a rock. While I toss and turn for an hour or more searching for comfort, Doug is asleep the second his lids close. I can doodle on him with a marker and put candy wrappers in his ears and he continues to sleep (sleep deprivation makes me crazy). But don’t be fooled by the coma-like sleep, Doug will suddenly sit straight up without rhyme or reason in a state of panic. Sometimes he doesn’t just sit straight up, he jumps to a standing position. “What?!?” At this point I either mumble a death threat if he doesn’t lie back down or I pet his arm and he deflates back into the bed and returns to his coma. Not satisfied with the ‘middle-of-the-night wake-up game’ that results in me tossing and turning for yet another hour, Doug likes to play the ‘time to get up game’. He hints about this game in his blog but I’ll explain it from my point of view. Doug sets the alarm clock in our headboard for two different times. Then he sets an alarm on his computer and an alarm on his cell phone. These alarms start going off at 3 a.m. and continue until 6:30 a.m. He slaps the snooze or ignores the alarm until I kick him repeatedly to turn it off. This is the most obnoxious and annoying game in the world and the worst part is that he never realizes how many times the alarms go off. He’ll deny that the entire episode happened despite my stumbling around the house like a zombie for the first two hours of the day. See why the idea of 24 hours alone in a nice hotel appeals to me?