• A
  • Sanford, United States
  • a year ago

Co-Sleepers VS Crib Sleepers

I would like to hear y’all opinions. I’m a first time mommy and I got a crib.
  • T
  • Brandon, United States
  • 6 months ago

I’m a first time mom and I had to have an emergency c-section. So after the first day of having the IV’s out, my son slept with me. I did not want him away from me(I was that first time mom, doesn’t want anyone near there baby) it wasn’t until he has over a month old that I was told I had to put him in his crib. I was so hard because I was use to the co-sleeping but little did I know that my son would sleep better in his own bed. It’s harder on mama than it is baby to stop the co-sleeping

  • T
  • Brandon, United States
  • 9 days ago

After I finally gave in and put him in his own crib was super hard because he would cry and cry and cry. The advice I was given was a miracle but at the time I thought that I was being a bad mom doing it but I finally realized that I just have to let him cry he would learn to comfort himself (just let him cry if you have to turn the baby monitor off for 5-10 minutes to help you cope a little. Also I know its frowned upon by the pediatricians but if your baby can roll over and has good head control, i did two or three stuffed animals and a baby blanket, just do what you feel comfortable with doing, but by doing that it also helps with comforting themselves because they have something to do and they aren't "alone" that they have something friendly. Make sure the eyes aren't hard so they cant come off and choke the baby. After he learned to comfort himself I then began to put a little rice in his bottle at night to thicken it up a tiny bit, couldn't breast feed I barely had anything from the start. And pretty

  • K
  • Somerville, United States
  • 10 days ago

How long did it take you to get your baby to sleep on their own

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  • K
  • Erlanger, United States
  • 6 months ago

I bought a rocker for my baby. She loves how it hugs her and the motion keeps her asleep for the longest. I would also recommend co sleeping. My baby is two months old and sleeps best in the bed with me cradling her but be sure to prop your arm up with a pillow and only try if you are a light sleeper

  • J
  • Redmond, United States
  • 7 months ago

With my son I got a crib- he hated it and we coslept. He’s had sleep issues since and comes in our room at night. With Our daughter I put her in her crib when she outgrew the bassinet and she sleeps in her own room in her crib all night long. All I do is lay her down and tell her to lay down and go to sleep and she does. She’s also 15 months now. But always been a great sleeper. She hasn’t depended on me to sleep her entire life. It’s amazing :)

  • S
  • Eugene, United States
  • 7 months ago

Our son sleeps in the bed with my husband and I. He has since day one. We have a crib but won’t use it until he is older. (We use it for naps). I thoroughly love having him in our bed because it makes nursing a breeze and I get to sleep. Lol Do what you feel comfortable with. My husband and I aren’t big drinkers and we don’t take medications and are light sleepers so it works for us. I know if we were ever feeling like we were “Drunk” we would put our son in his crib to be safe. It’s all about what will be doable and safe for you and baby. ☺️

  • A
  • Lexington, USA
  • 8 months ago

We use a cosleeper crib called Babybay. It's a half-moon-shaped crib that connects with the mattress flush with our mattress. It was kind of expensive, but I love it. It's the best of both bed-sharing & having a separate crib. Baby's separate & safe, but right up against our bed so I can reach her & she can see me at all times.

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