I'm with others, try not stress about it. It's warm, comfortable and familiar in your arms, who wouldn't want to snuggle with mum?
I too use to spend hours sitting on the couch with DD sleeping at that age and I still nurse her to sleep at night (she's 4mths). I eventually found our ergo & sling invaluable as I could still (quietly) get things done.
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keep the cot next to the bed when sleeping so it adds comfort to both, the parents and kid.
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