Co-sleeping with your baby - Mumsnet

Co-sleeping simply means sharing a bed with your baby – but the arguments around the risks and benefits are far from straightforward. Like most parents and midwives, Mumsnetters have strong views on the subject, with some arguing that co-sleeping is dangerous and others saying that, if done carefully and safely, it improves their babies' (and their own) sleep no end.…

Co sleeping Mumsnet

I’ve co-slept with both my boys and it was a bit of a life saver for me in terms of giving me a good night sleep. DS1 started sleeping in his own bed around 2 years and has been a good sleeper since DS 2 is more reluctant to leave - he starts off in his own bed but more often than not still comes in with us (he’s 8) but we love having him in with us /we have a big king sized bed and he’s ...…

Co-sleeping age mom slammed Mumsnet - Yahoo

Jan 05, 2018 · But the question of co-sleeping is what has this poster’s audience divided. “Mother and son do not regularly visit at all — this is one of the first times. I think everything should be done in his son’s best interests, however as an ‘outsider’ I think the sleeping with his mother will definitely cause issues,” she commented.…

How to stop co-sleeping: An age-by-age guide

Nov 02, 2019 · How to stop co-sleeping with your 18-month to four-year-old. At this age, you should always start with communication, says McGinn. “It’s not fair to the child if you’ve been allowing this to go on for a few years and suddenly one night you say, ‘I’m done,’” she says. Start talking to your kid about the importance of sleep and how ...…