i need your help about sleep, oh mums of older babies...

Whatever you like, really, knock yourself out... I'm not the boss of you.

i need your help about sleep, oh mums of older babies...

Postby Aitch » 17 Oct 2007, 23:55

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Postby Marie77 » 18 Oct 2007, 08:20

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Postby TinkerbellesMum » 18 Oct 2007, 11:32

I don't think co-sleeping is a bad habit and they say that children want their own bed eventually anyway. If she doesn't usually co-sleep she will probably not think about it when she's feeling better.
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Postby AB&M » 18 Oct 2007, 19:35

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Postby Sheela » 18 Oct 2007, 19:55

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Postby Mij » 19 Oct 2007, 11:51

IzzyMouse (16mths) is cutting the last canine and she's waking up howling, and last night was up for over an hour in the wee small ones. We do co-sleep, in fact the cot bed is still in pieces in what is nominally 'her' room, and only you can know what you consider to be a 'bad' habit. There's nothing wrong with both of you getting something out of it, including a better night's sleep, and the evidence in support of co-sleeping is mounting by the year.

I guess it depends whether, in your heart of heart's, you know you'll tire of it soon or you think you're disturbing each other too much, in which case you may need a gentle reintroduction of sleeping alone. It's a hard call though, isn't it. I still have regular wobbles about whether or not I 'should' be thinking of moving her (usually when some ignoramous which no business dumping their unsolicited opnion on me decides to make a comment) but then, I see how totally happy and relaxed she is sleeping with her feet jammed between my knees and her finger in my ear (as last night) and think sod it, it's right for us.
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