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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    They say babies don't really develop habits until 6 months of age

    Either way, in your room or her own room. It doesn't matter. Just do what feels right.


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    We moved DS into his own room and cot at around 4 months as he was sleeping through the night and had outgrown the basinette. We got the Target video monitor which was great and I think is on sale this week? If your bub isn't sleeping through the night it is probably easiest to keep them in with you.

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    A video monitor worked well for us. Best purchase we made for our dd. She stayed in our room til 5.5 months til she outgrew her bassinet (ok, so til I moved her out of it, she outgrew it a while before 5.5 months really!). Trial the video monitor in your bedroom when she's in there and you're not and that should help his confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noty View Post
    We moved DS into his own room and cot at around 4 months as he was sleeping through the night and had outgrown the basinette. We got the Target video monitor which was great and I think is on sale this week? If your bub isn't sleeping through the night it is probably easiest to keep them in with you.

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    We have the target video monitor too! It's fantastic!
    DS is still in our room, but I use it for day sleeps that take place in his room.


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    my 2 slept in their own rooms in bassinettes from first day home from hospital.. I just moved the basinette around wherever i was during the day , but at night they were in their own rooms....


 

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