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The first few weeks she slept in the basinette attached tot he pnp, but since she had reflux she wasn't really sleeping so I brought her to bed and she slept on my chest. WHen she got a little bigger, she slept propped in the bend of my right arm all night and had all night boobie access which she loved ....we co-slept until I had knee surgery in january and then I had to sleep downstairs in the guest room because the stairs were too hard, so Sam put her in the PNP (we had a snuggle nest but never used it until she went into the PNP) and then Feb 1st we moved her into her crib in her room and it's going so well. She sleeps religiously from 8pm-830/9am
Abby has slept in her own room since about 4 months old, but she is always welcomed into our bed when she wants to. Anna sleeps in our bed most of the night. Whenever she wakes up around the time we go to bed (usually right before or right after) we bring her into our bed with us so we don't have to get up int he middle of the night and get her. She sleeps in her bed for naps and to start the night.
Andrea, mom to Abigail (6) Annabelle (4) and Alexis (1)
We have a little pack and play that is the size of a bassinet - we keep that by the bed and she will probably sleep in it most nights. I'm not against co-sleeping by any means, as I did it at some point with Dean, but I also think that it contributed to his regression in night time waking and only made it more difficult to get him to STTN (which was a must since I was working FT).
We'll just do what feels right with Audrey. Right now, we have a queen bed and it feels pretty cramped even with DH and I, but if we get a king, I'd probably be more willing.
Thayden sleeps in our room in his bed, but when i get him up to breastfeed at night or the morning he ends up in the bed with us for a few hours. We tried moving him to his own room and it wasn't happening lol
We're still cosleeping with DS at 14 months old. I have tried unsuccessfully to move him to his crib a couple of times over the last 2 months (the crib is right next to my side of the bed) but he wants nothing to do with it. The minute he wakes up and realizes where he is, he loses it. Nothin calms him down except coming into our bed. I've read the No Cry Sleep Soultion (more than once) but sadly I am too tired and frustrated most times to stick with her ideas consistently, so it's really my own fault.
I do plan to cosleep with our new addition as well, but I really want to get DS moved over to sleeping in the crib all night first.