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    Default Newborn sleeping arrangements?

    Okay so i have a ds who will be 2 or nearly 2 when dd arrives. i currently share a room with ds as theres no other rooms available. Im probably going to have to share the room with the both of them until i find somewhere else to live. Has anyone done this before and its worked? At the moment its my only option unless i can get a rental within 3 months.

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    Dd I was sleeping in our bed when dd2 came along. It was okay but not ideal. Baby crying did not wake her up, but she would wake up baby when going to bed and when she woke in the morning.


 

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