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I don't lay her down for a nap in the crib, but if she falls asleep on the boppy, on her playmat, or on me and I have things to do then I'll move her to the crib so me and the animals do not disturb her.
If she falls asleep in the swing, I don't move her.
She sleeps anywhere she falls asleep. If it's on us, sometimes we keep holding her or I'll put her in the pack'n'play or co-sleeper. If she falls asleep in the swing or in the wrap or mei tai, I just leave her until she wakes up.
Andrea, mom to Abigail (6) Annabelle (4) and Alexis (1)
Usually her bouncer or swing. She fights sleep during the day so wherever I manage to get her asleep is where she stays. Bassinet is just for nighttime right now.
When she gets a little bigger I'll probably start trying to get her to nap in her crib or in the pack n play.
Thanks to Bokkechick for my siggy.
Right now its usually in his swing, that seems to be the only place he will take a good solid nap right now.
Before during the day if the girls were very hectic and I had cleaning and stuff to do (can't leave my todder and him alone for a second) I would put him in our room in the co sleeper on our bed, however now he won't do that, he will sleep there if I am laying next to him but as soon as I leave the room he cries out
During the day, Zachary sleeps in his pack and play in the living room. I just started putting him upstairs in his crib for his morning nap. If he falls asleep in the swing (which isn't often), I'll leave him.