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  1. Carrie says:

    Well my baby is 7 months and we do sleep, I want to put him in his crib and I tried once when he was 5 months but he wasn’t having any of it I found he sleeps so well with me only waking 1-2 times in a night for feed, I can sooth him better when he’s next to me I know people tell me he shouldn’t be waking up or do sleeping but I do what’s best for my baby that’s all that matter now why does he sleep full through the night when I’m awake? Or can’t sleeo? I have no idea..but I guess that’s another topic.

    • Debbye @ The Baby Sleep Site says:

      Hi @Carrie – Thanks for sharing! Different things work for different families, and we appreciate these differences! If sleeping near your little guy works well for you and for him, there is no need to change it (as long as he is in a safe space of course). It’s also interesting that he seems to sleep better when you are not asleep! If/when you decide to move him into his crib, and if you would like help with this, we’ll be here!

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  3. Emily DeJeu says:

    @ Mel — your comment made me smile 🙂 Glad for you (and for your neighbors) that your ocean sounds MP3 has stopped your hubby’s snoring! And glad your 7 month old is sleeping so beautifully!

    Good luck in room-rearranging/bed-hunting!

    @ Sindy — thanks for sharing your experience with us! Glad room-sharing has proven to be a good thing for you and your kiddos. 🙂

  4. Sindy says:

    Hi have a 6year old daughter,4year old son and then b/g twins 18months old. Now in SA its winter and had a rule that all the kids can sleep in our room. the 2 big ones on matrasses on the floor and the twins still in their cots. Currently the 2 big ones have a room and I plan to move the twins into their own room mid of Sept. I just feel so comfortable with my kids “close” to me as to when they sleep in their own rooms I wake up more just to check if they are ok. The twins are basically the ones that keeps me awake during the night. Sometimes sleep between 3-5hours. I also found to when they were newborn that they slept better when they shared a cot and was close to each other but then they started to wake one another up-they cot shared untill 5months. We don’t tip toe in the room and we put on lights and watch TV in bed and they sleep sound.

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