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Milking Mommas Aug 7
So true! People will always have something to say whatever we do. Just do what works for you. ❤️ if you agree! via
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Emily Rose🌹 Aug 6
Hickies on my boob. I’d be mad, but it’s just from the baby trying to help himself in the night and missing.
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Tutti Bambini Aug 6
Now sleepovers are allowed again, the Bambini CoZee Air bedside crib can be used for those family & friends visits. Standalone or co-sleeping it packs up superbly small for easy transport.
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Tired Momma Apr 25
If these photos don’t accurately represent what is like with a nearly six year old- then idk what else will.
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Chris Winter, MD 24 Apr 19
Babies should sleep alone. Period. If you think bad things don't happen to wonderful parents you are wrong. It is not worth the risk. You didn't have that sip of wine when you were pregnant. Why not?
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Pregnant Chicken 13 Dec 18
“Sleep like a baby,” they said. via
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TraumaLlama May 7
"they will go into their own beds when they are ready"
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Clare Patton 11 Mar 19
I am thrilled (& a bit emotional!) to read professional advice which doesn't speak to co-sleeping in a negative manner. Co-sleeping IS safe, has been around for 1000s of years & is the norm in many cultures still. Among the recommendations for safe is .
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Kathleen 11 Dec 18
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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angie goff 25 Jun 19
aka benefits of selective 🤣🤣🤣
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RYRON GRACIE Apr 13
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Dr. Bradley P. Smith 17 Dec 18
"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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Stephanie 17 Feb 19
When should you stop ? As a mom of 4, I can tell you, there is no right answer. But, these are tips I've used to transition my children from my bed to their own successfully.
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Ivona Nikolic Aug 6
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Kathleen 4 Dec 18
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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Catherine Tryfona Apr 8
The night he was born, a midwife tucked him in to my bed and said he was just one of those babies who needed his Mama next to him. I will be here until he no longer does.
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Pirate Family Aug 3
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Lucy Purdy Jun 30
Horrendous night on the old mumming last night 😣 Peanut butter cookies are the only thing that can save me 😴👶🏻😴
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Milky Mommas Inc Nov 10
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Amy Downes Oct 1
We're big fans of in this house - done safely it's a great help for my which suffers greatly with lack of sleep...but all four of us in bed last night was a bit of a squeeze! (Baby James was moved when I went to sleep so he wasn't between me and partner)
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