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    We got a cot with all the monitors etc and set up a nursery and had a bassinet beside our bed.

    But for some weird reason breastfeeding would make me so sleepy, I would often fall asleep so co sleeping just became the norm.

    I feel they are right about the baby syncing to your breathing, although DS seems to have also synced OHs snoring too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bada View Post
    It's believed that having the parents breathing nearby ie in a bed beside the baby and not in the next room, helps baby regulate their own breathing.
    This.


    Milky mumma since July 2011


 

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