Listen, CNN. We already know how President Biden is settling in. He spent the first week of his administration signing every executive order that was slid past on his desk, then took a break, and then went and played Mario Kart at Camp David. Oh, and yes, we know he has two dogs. By this time into the Trump administration, the Russian collusion story was already in full swing.

But wait, there’s more: CNN has taken a closer look at how Biden is settling into his new gig, and we’re learning about his bedtime schedule and his preference for a fire in the Oval Office fireplace.

Kevin Liptak “reports”:

He has established a regular schedule, including coffee in the mornings with the first lady, meetings and phone calls from the Oval Office starting just after 9 a.m. and a return to his residence by 7 p.m. As he walks home along the Colonnade, he’s often seen carrying a stack of binders or manila folders under one arm. He still brings a brown leather briefcase into the office.

He has expressed a preference for a fire built in the Oval Office fireplace, and sometimes adds a log himself to keep it going. His dogs, two German Shepherds called Major and Champ, sometimes join him.

Did you know that Biden has two dogs named Major and Champ? He also has a grandchild he refuses to acknowledge but we don’t talk about that.

Remember this story for the next time Brian Stelter bitches about what’s on Fox News.