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    Default when did your baby go into their own room?

    as title suggests when did your baby go into there own room?

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    ds was 6 months. he slept so much better in his own room he slept through the night from the 3rd night in there. i set up a video monitor so i could see him.

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    About 9 weeks. Totally right for all of us. He is just across the hall so still hear him but not being woken from every noise, he is a very loud sleeper.

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    When they outgrow their bassinette, around 5-6 months.

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    From day one with both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wantstobeamommy View Post
    ds was 6 months. he slept so much better in his own room he slept through the night from the 3rd night in there. i set up a video monitor so i could see him.

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    We have a video monitor too, they're great!

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    DD1 went into her own room from about 3days old.
    DD2 went into her own room at about 6-8 months old after co-sleeping with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    About 9 weeks. Totally right for all of us. He is just across the hall so still hear him but not being woken from every noise, he is a very loud sleeper.
    This. But with my DD. Before that we co-slept.

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    My baby is 4.5 years and still isn't in his own room.

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    9 months. Will move next one sooner I think.


 

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