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  1. #21
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    I just did it. Put my 13 month old into 3 year olds room. I lasted two nights before I swapped back. My stress levels went through the roof freaking out about one waking the other up.

    It seemed like such a good idea in my head. But the 3yo likes to play bed iPad for half an hour before lights out and she couldn't do that anymore, and that was my 1 chance to eat dinner and shower.

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    DD (nearly 3) and DS (4.5) share, but they did not start sharing until DD was around 2. (they asked to start sharing). DS does wake when she wakes up (she still wakes occasionally), he just goes back to sleep but does mention that DD woke him in the night.
    I personally would not put a still waking baby in there.


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