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Where is baby sleeping at these days? Is baby still in your room or have you now moved baby to his/her own room? At what age did you move baby if you have moved baby to his/her own room?
Jacob is still in his co-sleeper in our room but I am planning on moving him sometime really soon. He can now wake up and roll onto his belly and see us which if he's not hungry will upset him because he wants us to get out of bed and get him. I'm hoping that when he's in his own room, if he wakes up and he's not hungry, maybe he will go back to sleep and I don't have to get up.
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Kira starts out the night in her Rock N Play in the nook off the master bedroom. When she wakes up between 3-5am, I get up and feed her, then both of us go off to the guest bedroom to sleep for a couple more hours (ideally).
She's in a phase where she won't sleep in her crib. I put her in it and she sleeps for like 5 minutes and then starts crawling and rolling and sitting and then gets angry because she's tired but isn't sleeping. Wacko baby.
We just moved him into a crib in our room this week.
We had him in a co-sleeper on my side of the bed. He seems to be doing well in his crib since it has more room, and he really enjoys the mobile that we set up. There wasn't an ability to set it up with the co-sleeper.
We probably won't move him into his own room until he can stand on his own. At least that is what we did with my older daughter.
Jax starts in his bed, and sometimes ends up in my bed. Since I found out I was pregnant I have been trying to not put him in there often...but gosh I love that cuddle close feeling from him! He is in a crib and has been since about 4 months when he hit the weight limit on his bassinet part of his pack n play.
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Sometimes I'm worried it will be very hard to get him into his own bed...but its soo hard for me to not sleep with him. Its natural and comforting to have him next to me. But I know that eventually that will need to change
Rylynn sleeps in her crib, in her own room, across the hall from our room. I can hear her, but I also have a video monitor. When she wakes up, we go downstairs where she will nap later in the playroom. If I have the time, I'll nap on the couch.
Hadley sleeps in her room and has since the day we brought her home. I didn't intend for it to be that way. I have a cradle that I set up in my room and that's where Grady slept until he was 5 months old. The transition to his room was REALLY hard and his sleep went very downhill. I figured since I had the video monitor (total lifesaver), that I'd try putting her down first in her room and get her used to that routine. I'm alone during the night because of my husband's work shift so I need a routine. Well, she seemed to do fine and has STTN more times than she hasn't.
If and when she wakes in the night I'll bring her to my bed. That's if I have already been asleep and don't feel like rocking her. If I'm still awake and she wakes up I just rock her and put her down. Very thankful this baby is comfortable in her room.