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Bad news for dads: Babies 'should share mother's bed until age three' because it's good for their hearts

Babies should share their mother's bed until age 3 because it's good for their hearts. Sleeping alone makes it harder for mother and child to bond and damages the development of the brain. I love to read stuff like this bc I'm a fan of co sleeping. :)

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9 Benefits of the Breastfeeding and Co-sleeping Relationship

9 Benefits of Breastfeeding and Cosleeping.. See nothing wrong with sleeping next to my baby

"Safe Cosleeping Guidelines - Guidelines to Sleeping Safe with Infants: Maximizing the Chances of Safe Infant Sleep in the Solitary and Cosleeping (Specifically, Bed-sharing) Contexts" by James J. McKenna, Ph.D., Professor of Biological Anthropology, Director, Mother-Baby Sleep Laboratory, University of Notre Dame

studies link co-sleeping to better behavior, greater levels of happiness, fewer tantrums, less fear and fewer psychiatric problems. In adulthood, children who once co-slept have been found to have higher levels of "confidence, self-esteem and intimacy". No evidence was found that co-sleeping children became clingy or dependent as a result.

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Weaning a Co-Sleeper: One Mom's Story

Need to get a co-sleeping toddler into their own bed? Try these tips

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How we "sidecarred" our crib, making cosleeping and night time parenting work for us!

Transitioning your baby or toddler from co-sleeping is easier said than done. We offer practical tips for how to gently make the transition and minimize tears (for everyone!)

Against Sleep Training: A Review of Research- long list of articles against CIO and sleep training

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Easily transition baby from co-sleeping to crib

Easily transition baby from co-sleeping to their own bed

Easy to read yet extensive research information on the benefits co-sleeping or at least room sharing bring to babies and the detrimental effects of forcing them to sleep in a separate room. (SIDS guidelines state babies must be in their parents' rooms for the first year)

Co-sleeping through room sharing or bed sharing can help a lot in terms of good sleep habit, kids safety, comfort and overall health.