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    DS moved into his own room at 2 months at my DH's insistence...by 5 months he was back in our room where he stayed until 18 months when DD1 was born DD1 was in our room until 12 months & DD2 until 15 months. I deeply regret moving DS at such a young age but live & learn I guess.

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    3 months here, which is when he started sleeping through too


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    10 months. I hated it & missed him even though he was in the room next door. His sleeping noises comforted me, they didn't keep me awake.

    Not sure what we'll do with Newbie given we've moved & the nursery is now at the opposite end of the house

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    There are safe ways to co-sleep, and I only made the choice after gaining information from DIDS And kids.

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    DS is 1 today! I think I'll only put him in his own room when he's sleeping through or in a toddler bed.

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    My older boys moved once they started sleeping through - so around 18months to 2yrs. My DS4 is 6 months and the thought of him sleeping further than arms reach from me fills me with anxiety, I can't imagine him sleeping in a whole other room. Don't know what we will do with him as while the older boys (4 &6yrs) share a room due to the age gap and space in their room he would have to go into a room by himself - doesn't seem right for the rest of us to have someone to share with but the littlest have to be by himself!!

    (have to add, the reason I find the idea of being seperate from DS4 particularly stressful would have a lot to do with the fact he came after a stillborn baby, there were complications during the pregnancy and we weren't sure he'd make it, he was born early and had to spend the first 5 weeks of his life in hospital..if he is down for a nap somewhere other than home where I don't have his movement sensor I check him very regularly to make sure he's breathing)

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    SIDs and Kids haven't issued a blanket statement against cosleeping or surface sharing


    Source SIDs and Kids Information Statement- Sleeping with a Baby
    this.
    every study ive read shows cosleeping deaths were all (im yet to see one that wasnt) unsafe; on the couch, with smoking parents, parents were intoxicated.
    in cultures where osleeping is the norm, people dont smoke and drink then cosleep, and there are 1/4 the cases of sids compared to 'white' uk/aussies

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    My daughters (6 and almost 5) moved out of our bed last October to make room for DD3. They now share a double bed. (Side story: when DH checked on them the other morning when he got up he found DD1 using DD2 as a pillow!! LOL)

    As a PP said, don't know what will happen when number 3 is ready to move out...there isn't room with the other girls; but I guess we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.

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    Dd was in her own room at 2 weeks


 

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