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    My little one sleeps on me during the day 98% of the time. Every now & then he'll go down

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    @ladybug14 I figure they were inside for 9 months, its only natural they want to be on you/close. I wouldn't worry too much about creating bad sleep habits just yet, I am just trying to gradually move bub to more independent sleeping (ie; put down in the bassinet for 1 sleep a day, gradually increasing. I wouldnt sleep train (ie: cc or otherwise) until at least 12 mths...

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    A Facebook page called Oh Baby posted an article last night regarding newborn sleep:
    * You can't spoil a newborn; they belong in your arms
    * Babies don't have ability to self soothe until around 12-16wks
    I can sometimes get my bub to go down but he won't usually last a sleep cycle so if I'm going to try, I wait at least 45mins at times. It's not for a long time that they want you so I'm just going to enjoy it for now. I will introduce cot napping when he's a little older

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    Jack slept on me all last night....at this point I'm doing what I need to to get thru, it's frustrating but all habits can be broken later if they are formed πŸ˜‰

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    I was exactly the same @Nicsta83 but I think my baby's issue was he wasn't content due to my low supply. Once he started being mix fed, he was more content. But I did what I had to to get some sleep in! He probably still feels he is a part of you... which is completely normal

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    My bub sleeps beside me in bed. The SIDS website has guidelines for safe co-sleeping - which I use. It works for us at the moment. I would probably say me goes down about 7pm, sleeps solid till about 11pm, has a feed and goes back to sleep till maybe 3 or 4am, feeds then up at 6am with my girls. Its pretty good - as long as I am in bed with him! πŸ˜‚

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    Hubby back at work now @KitiK?

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    Ps: also just saw an article about baby being able to synchronize their heartbeat with yours... amazing that maternal bond!

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    Yep, has had a week of training recently and is now back to normal @BabyOB. Geez those 3 weeks can be LONG!

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    I don't know how you do it @KitiK. By the time my hubby has been gone for his 7 days I've barely done housework & I require a good sleep. Lol

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