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    Default Feeling the love :)

    Bub is sleeping soundly next to me. when she was younger (2-3months) i had her in our bed alot because she woke so frequently. But then I got her sleeping better in her cot in her room and havent co-slept in months. The last few nights she has been waking frequently again, i think its another tooth, so i though what the heck! DH is on night shift and i need a break from gettin up, ill put DD in our bed tonight. I forgot how much i missed it. She looks so peaceful and happy (8months atm) .
    Anyone else re-discovered some lovely sleeping moments or enjoying some co-sleeping right now ?

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    Still co-sleeping with our 3.7 year old. I love it (most of the time lol) They are only little for so long, cherish it I think 😊

    I usually just stare at DD and think how beautiful she is. Still spins me out that we created her. Amazing!

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    I'm a tummy sleeper so I prefer DD to spend some of the night in her bassinet, but she ends up in bed with us after she wakes for feeds and stays there until she & I get up in the morning.
    She wakes me up wriggling around in the morning, so the first thing I see in the morning is her beautiful smiling face. I instantly forget how tired I am.

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