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April 17th, 2009, 02:06 PM
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So for about a month now Ive been able to get Cambria out of our bed and Into her PnP. I started getting her to nap in her crib during the day so that I could eventually move her in there. Well, now she wants nothing to do with the crib and will only nap in her PnP in our room. Im thinking cause It's dark in there and she's used to it and her room is really bright. Im just afraid to start a bad habbit and never get her out of our room. What do you think? Where do your LO's sleep?
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April 17th, 2009, 04:30 PM
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We tried moving Lily to her own room and it totally failed. She still sleeps with us, usually we bed-share but every once in a while she'll fall asleep in her PnP in our room. DH is worried she's never going to leave our bed, but I figure if we all sleep well right now then it's fine. I might re-evaluate if she stops sleeping well with us or something though.
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April 17th, 2009, 04:40 PM
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We tried moving Lily to her own room and it totally failed. She still sleeps with us, usually we bed-share but every once in a while she'll fall asleep in her PnP in our room. DH is worried she's never going to leave our bed, but I figure if we all sleep well right now then it's fine. I might re-evaluate if she stops sleeping well with us or something though.
I dont think there is such a thing as a child not leaving the bed (note I have no experience of trying to get a child out of the family bed lol). I think it is just a matter of a little or a lot of effort.
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April 17th, 2009, 04:53 PM
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I think its just a matter of time too. Its only recently in history that babies have slept alone, and in most of the world they still dont, but they all move on eventually. If your happy and she is happy, dont worry about it.
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Ian - 8 months- sleeps with me
Billy- sleeps in his own bed but needs someone there to fall asleep. He does have a mattress in my room though so he can come in still if he wants to. He hasnt in a weeks now, and I was thinking to move it but its very handy for Ian as it is only about 10" lower then our bed. He has started crawling out of bed sometimes now, and the mattress is the only place he can crawl out so it means i dont have to worry about him falling.
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