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    So having bub in your room in a separate bed reduces SIDS by 5 x and having them in your bed increases it by 5 x. Does that mean its the same risk as having them in a separate room by themselves? Kind of cancels each other out if you ask me...

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    Rethought my post. Deleted it.
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    I definitely wouldn't say I'm "super defensive"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    Yes, THIS!! I have never understood why my choice to co-sleep was judged so harshly because it contravenes SIDS guidelines but parents who choose to put their baby in another room are not judged in the same way. I'm just about to have my second baby and this news article did rattle me a little bit but reading the details I'm not so worried, actually. And I do wonder about places like Japan that has fairly low SIDS rates and high co-sleeping rates, don't they have bacteria there too?
    I judge each group the same. But I'm a worrywart and a stickler for the rules...


 

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