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Paige Allen 5h
Why does such a tiny person take up so much room in my bed
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babynotincluded Apr 22
Are there any co-sleeping mamas out there who have added a normal sized cot to their bed with one side down?
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Dawn.millward Apr 11
Replying to @TryingTired
As a mum of 10, bf babies sleeping all night is a myth. All of my children have slept next to us. They won't sleep next to you at 21yrs so don't worry. Your baby needs you.
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Morgan👑 Apr 13
Travis is sleeping in his room in his crib💙 but I miss him.😩
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Kathleen Dec 4
Best part of co-sleeping? Watching babe sleep, and listening to them breathe. The most calming thing ever. Until they roll over and kick you right in the face.
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Kathleen Dec 11
Those rare co-sleeping moments when the babe snuggles up next to you and sleeps peacefully the entire night. That is the parenting stuff I live for.
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Rebecca Apr 10
Night one: already doing what I said I didn’t want to do because my baby is not use to being here yet and wants her mommy.
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Lucia Apr 20
LOL... reduces infant deaths, because mother and child have a less deep sleep and parents notice quicker if baby stops breathing. Have your child and leave it alone. Stuff it with vaccines and hope for it to survive!
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Danielle Perkins Apr 21
Bison and I fell asleep about an hour ago, just woke up to this little shit with his feet propped up on my face 😂 at its finest
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Emily Oster Jan 8
Sometimes I'm like "Oh, my new book is not going to be controversial since I worked so hard to make sure it was evenhanded and careful." And then I remember that people will be reading it, not robots.
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purplenerd313 Apr 11
My MIL questioning/judging my and with Elijah is so fucking annoying. 😑 like why do you think there’s a limit to how much my baby’s should be eating and why is it a problem that he sleeps with me?
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Joanna Parkin Mar 1
Infants are not meant to sleep alone. There is a wealth of research that shows the benefits of with your children. Read more on my blog...
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Not another Pinterest Mom Dec 12
You know what's fun about cosleeping? When your baby has a diaper blowout in your bed
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babynotincluded Apr 21
Think we need to get a new bed if we’re going to carry on co-sleeping. Daddy and I have a sliver each and Freddie has the rest
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Anecdotal Birthcontrol Jan 29
I had a dream that Jason Momoa and I were best friends and we were hanging out and started filming a new sci fi series together. Then my toddler kicked me in the mouth and I woke up.
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Kukuipachuau Dec 15
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Dr. Bradley P. Smith Dec 17
"Pet may play important roles in helping people with chronic pain achieve sleep onset and maintenance. Removing the dog to improved sleep could be counter-productive and lead to additional sleep-related issues".
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Not another Pinterest Mom Jan 8
Husband: we really need to get this baby into his own room/crib Also Husband: he's crying and I want to sleep, so maybe transition when you're off work... Me: 🙄🙄
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Dr Julie Johnstone 14h
A reminder re safe "put babies to sleep on their backs without blankets or other soft bedding... that could pose suffocation risk... babies should be in their own crib...in a caregiver’s room." .
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Lyndsay Kelly Jan 20
Reason 562 I LOVE co-sleeping. Drew threw up tonight. We were together beside her the entire process. She was scared & confused & wasn't alone. I also helped sit her up quickly so she didn't choke on her vomit.
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