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Caught in the Clutches of CoSleeping

So the kid and I have been cosleeping from the early days. We’ve recently weaned completely (w00t! Boobs are mine again). But this new found freedom has come at a price; the kid is fairly grabby in his sleep. 137 more words


Why Co-Sleeping May Be Harmful To Moms

A good night’s sleep is rare for all new parents — but worse for moms who co-sleep.

Based on a new study from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, it seems co-sleeping does have a negative impact on health, but not in the way you might think. 221 more words


Co-sleep? More like no-sleep. 

You never really fully appreciate the extent of your toddler’s in-sleep acrobatics until you get the joy of sharing a bed with them.

Don’t get me wrong – I have absolutely nothing against co-sleeping. 579 more words

Sleep, Glorious Sleep

The last few nights, Gus has slept in his room, and I’ve slept in mine.

I’d honestly forgotten what it’s like to sleep however I want, rolling over anytime I please, and not pinned under 25 pounds (which doesn’t sound like much, but after a few hours it gets plenty uncomfortable, trust me). 111 more words


Twin life: Sleep deprivation with twins - how bad can it get? 

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a while but have put it off because I want my blog to be about the positive aspects of being a twin parent. 1,132 more words

On Sharing a Room with Your (Non-Infant) Child

The spaces we share say a lot about us in terms of our ability to make compromises for each other. This is especially true of… 487 more words

What Happens in Your Bedroom Can Stay in Your Bedroom

My earliest memory is total darkness; standing at the top of a bed, flicking on a light switch. Just as my surroundings come into focus, a man walks in and lays me down. 1,335 more words