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    Hi All

    This has probably been posted some where on BubHub but here it goes...

    I am due in March 2019 and have a boy turning 2.
    I am wondering when it is a good time to put new born into he’s own room?

    I have my sons cot bed in my room and will put new born in there (using a anti-roll insert of course) but I want to know when it’s best for newborn to go into he’s own room as I don’t want my older son becoming jealous and plus I want to get next baby into a routine from the get go.

    Only concern is my hubby is worried about new born rolling over and he’s breathing. We have all the heart and breathing monitors so that I am not concerned about but I am stuck as to what age to move new born into room especially to get him used to it.

    I was personally thinking between 6-12 weeks but I am not sure as with my eldest he slept in our room until now

    Let me know your thoughts ❤️

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    SIDS/Red nose recommends baby in with you for at least 6 months, but 12 months is better.

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    I would go on their website and hopefully that will help.

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    Forgot to add, we moved DD at 11 months because we were disturbing her when we came to bed. It was so convenient though being able to get up to her quickly and easily while she was in our room.

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    My son has never slept in our room, even after hospital. He was a ridiculously loud sleeper so he slept in a bassinet in the theatre room (right next to our room) and then at 4 months into his big cot. When we have a second, I’ll probably start in the cot from the beginning.

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    Baby should be in with you until at least 12 months as the Red Nose ( previously SIDS and Kids) guidelines state. Baby will fall in to their own schedule and baby being safe overnight is more important than anyone else's sleep schedule. Having met a whole lot of parents who lost their children to SIDS I would follow the.Red Nose advice.

    I used a Snuza alarm for my youngest, he is 27 months and still in with me.
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    Thank you all to your recommendations.

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