Let him sleep in the spare room, it's safer that way I think. I assume youre the one who has got to wake to get the baby out of the cot and sit up and feed and change and baby back down etc so I'd propose that unless he wants ti take over all those duties, he stays in the spare room and baby stays in bed with you. Good luck.
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