• C
  • Lathrup Village, United States
  • a year ago

Wild CoSleeper

Does anyone co sleep with a wild little sleeper?? My baby is 5 months, and I’ve co slept with her since the beginning but now she’s mastered rolling over. I always keep a pillow on one side of the bed, her in the middle and me on the other end. (My so works nights)...I’m wondering if she’ll stop rolling over constantly or if I’ll have to stop co sleeping Bc she’s so wild... did anyone have to stop bc of this, or just take different precautions??
  • J
  • Woodbridge, United States
  • a year ago

Just wait until she starts karate while sleeping my daughter is 5 and refuses to sleep in her twin size bed when she was first born since day 1 it was her crib and then her toddler bed than we moved and my husband was like just one night and now it’s a eternity of punches and kicks to the stomach, occasionally slap to the face, and let’s not forget I’m my daughter personal body pillow i got a king size bed because of this (my husband works nights so I get all of torture) so all the luck to you in getting your daughter into her own bed.

  • A
  • Kearney, United States
  • a year ago

We co slept with both our kids

  • K
  • Suisun City, USA
  • a year ago

Mine is 2 months and ever since i brought him back from the hospital i co sleep. He could roll since he was born (would wake in the hospital to him smooshed against the holder). I can put him at one end of my bed and wake to him nuzzling and hitting me. He just wants to cuddle and its cute but i dont like getting pawed at

  • S
  • Sevenoaks, United Kingdom
  • a year ago

I have recently had to move my 8 month old from co sleeping into her own room as she was a wild mover too. Often I would somehow get her kicking me in the face or a arm whack me over the nose so unfortunately into her own bed she went

  • J
  • Garden Grove, United States
  • a year ago

We’ve co-slept since the beginning and while she has only rolled off the bed twice, she is a wild sleeper. She’s 2 and rotates around like a clock. She starts with her head on the pillow and slowly works her way in a circle. Most of the time i wake up with a kick to the neck or back when i find her sideways it then she starts kicking and screaming when she can’t cover herself because her feet are on the pillow and her body is on the blankets. She also tries to sleep with her head UNDER my pillow. And she talks a lot in her sleep.

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