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    How old was your little one when they had their first sleep over?

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    Are you talking about at friends houses or with a family member for babysitting or something?

    With a family member a few months old for different events (when I had to go to a wedding or special event.)

    With friends, still haven't!

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    With a family member 13 months. With friends, not for a long long time, if ever!

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    With mil& mum 8 months to attend different events that couldn't take him. He started having overnight stays with family from about 1yo (one of his cousins is only 3 years older and we quiet often have her stay with us or ds stays with them over a weekend) and had his first sleep over at family friends house this year aged 5.

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    DS had his first sleepover at his friends place just before he turned 5. He has had several sleepovers and we have hada few kids sleep here. I wouldnt of let him if I didn't know and trust the parents.

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