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    I totally understand that, it's just DS and I both were sleeping much but I did get up everytime he cried and he liked it allot better in his own room not too sure why maybe the bigger bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyon View Post
    I totally understand that, it's just DS and I both were sleeping much but I did get up everytime he cried and he liked it allot better in his own room not too sure why maybe the bigger bed
    Oh hey, we all have to do what works for our families. I just wanted to provide the OP with all info so she can make an informed decision and risk assessment as I'm sure you did when making your choices.

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    I'm new this to this app and don't know how to add your comment haha, but yes I did I ended up sleeping on the couch for the 3 weeks with him in the bassinet beside me because he wouldn't sleep in our room

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    As for the breastfeeding and getting distracted, my DD was like that at that age and the only way I could get a decent feed was to feed her lying down on the bed in the dark.

    With DS, if I go to feed him in my room, I get DD to come with me with some puzzles or toys and I make sure there's enough light so she can see what she's doing and we play quietly on the bed while I feed DS.


 

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