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Cosleeping Since Birth Experience

Cosleeping is a great way to bond, get more sleep, and to be easily accessible for your baby. However, some parents disagree with this parenting technique. 436 more words


Will I ever share my bed with a partner again?

By Katherine Sargent

At least one of my daughters sleeps in my bed every night. Publicly, I complain about this. “When will it end!?” I ask and I site articles that I’ve read about kicking the habit. 1,247 more words


36-day-old infant dies after co-sleeping with parents

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – A 36-day-old baby died on Tuesday (June 20) morning, after co-sleeping with her parents the night before.

Shinmin Daily News reported that the infant’s parents decided to let her sleep in their bed as they believed it would be easier to feed her. 142 more words

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Farewell To Co-Sleeping: Getting Your Toddler To Sleep On Their Own

Co-sleeping is something that my husband and I have done with our son since he had learned to roll from his back to his belly. If you are wondering why, stay tuned for that blog! 651 more words


On Compromise, Womb-Lag, and Explosive Poop

The first few weeks with BabyDumpling have been easier than I expected, other than breastfeeding. She isn’t fussy about drinking formula (I’ve heard some babies can be very picky), and she usually sleeps 3-4 hours (even 5) in between feedings. 1,633 more words


Warning! Teething baby doesn't sleep

According to most parenting books, I am parenting all wrong when it comes to sleep. 457 more words



I’ve slept through the night only a handful of times in the last 6 years. Between pregnancy insomnia, having our first baby, pregnancy insomnia again, having a toddler and a newborn, more pregnancy insomnia, and then 2 toddlers and a newborn, sleep just wasn’t a thing anymore. 730 more words