If Sojo had her way, she'd sleep with us every night. Not that there would be room for all of us with the mountain of sleep friends she takes with her, but she would do it if we let her. Instead, we have our beds situated in such a way that we can see each other down the hall, and that works for her. She does have a big fear of being alone, and being able to see each other eases this worry for her.
However, this week has been weird sleep-wise. I was gone for a night at a middle school overnight trip, and now Dale is in the US for a few days to attend his mom's 75th birthday. So, Sojo has been sleeping in our bed. And taking up a lot of room, I might add. Here she is with all her friends and all her pillows and all her loveliness. She's like what I imagine sleeping with a dog is like: all cuddled up next to my body warmth and giving me little room. The best part is when she stirs in the night, she usually says, "I love you" every time.