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    Default Wish I had my portacot

    DS is coughing like crazy tonight only 6 days till his bronchoscope... But I wish I had my portacot (at mum and dads) so I could have him in my room
    He is only 14 months so he would probably roll out of my bed hahaha, and that would be worse
    I just hope his coughing stops

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    I'd just put him in bed with me, but I'm a happy bed sharer. Could you make a bed on the floor? I hope he feels better soon xxx

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    can you push the bed against the wall?
    Ds slept in my bed from 4 months and he did crawl out a few times around 8 months when he started crawling,
    he has also rolled out a couple of times too,
    Now at 2 1/2 he sleeps in his own single bed and doesnt even wake when he rolls out of bed unless he hits something on the way down.

    I would (and have) bring him into my bed, ds is very prone to coughing fits and croup so when he is coughing bad he sleeps with me.

    Hope your l/o is feeling better soon

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    i'd just line the other side with pillows. or make a little bed for him on the floor if you are that worried.
    but then again i'm a happy bed sharer too!
    i hope he feels better soon and you both get some rest

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    I'd put him in bed with me too.

    Line the edge and floor with cushions to cushion his fall.

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    Default Wish I had my portacot

    He got through I am 27 weeks pregnant so shuffling furniture was not a good idea the coins down is on till we have an answer with our cough


 

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