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    So this morning I fed DD on our bed, she fell asleep and has been there for over an hour. Success! Thanks for all your help and suggestions.

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    Default Re: Co-sleeping, what happens in the day?

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    My cosleeping babies sleep in the bassinet near me during the day as newbies (or swing or bouncer) and when they are too aware to be asleep in the living room they sleep in their cot during the day.

    **edit** by "babies" I mean when jasper was a bub. And katelyn now.

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    Default Co-sleeping, what happens in the day?

    My dd is 4 weeks and we co sleep, I do sneak her into her cot which is attached to my bed though.

    During the day she sleeps in a wrap on me( like right now) or in the rocker/ swing, she cries shortly after too if I try the cot or anywhere else

    Do you have swing?

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    We didn't really bed share when she was that age - she slept mostly on me (a good excuse to sit and watch telly) or sometimes in the bassinet. Once we started bed sharing, I'd feed her to sleep on my bed and then leave her to sleep. She used to wake after one sleep cycle though. Sometimes I'd be able to pat/feed her back to sleep, sometimes that wouldn't work. Around 8 months she'd sleep for longer periods consistently on our bed. We have a video monitor, so I could see if she was trying to crawl off. At about 13 months (she's now 14.5 months) we started using the cot for sleeps but still in our room.

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    We do have a swing which she slept in yesterday afternoon while i coked and we ate dinner. She is the sweetest little baby and is so easy. My DD2 was a terrible sleeper and difficult to settle I would spend 2 hours settling her for her to sleep for 20 minutes. I started to go crazy...! So I'm very anxious about DD3 and her sleep even though we have no issues so far!


 

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