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co-sleeping :)  Why?  The same reason partners sleep together:  Because bonding happens while we sleep.  Human infants are designed to be attached to parents, certainly not in a separate room.

co-sleeping :) Why? The same reason partners sleep together: Because bonding happens while we sleep. Human infants are designed to be attached to parents, certainly not in a separate room.

Dr. James J. McKenna on the Benefits of Co-sleeping With Your Baby - Natural Parenting With Natural Life Magazine

Dr. James J. McKenna on the Benefits of Co-sleeping With Your Baby - Natural Parenting With Natural Life Magazine

How “never bedshare” leads breastfeeding moms to more dangerous sleep arrangements-This was me at the beginning. I'd fall asleep in the arm chair and wake up in pain and then read that that was far more dangerous than just bringing him in bed with me. Best part? He (and everyone else) slept SO MUCH BETTER once I moved him into our bed.

How “never bedshare” leads breastfeeding moms to more dangerous sleep arrangements-This was me at the beginning. I'd fall asleep in the arm chair and wake up in pain and then read that that was far more dangerous than just bringing him in bed with me. Best part? He (and everyone else) slept SO MUCH BETTER once I moved him into our bed.

Pinky McKay's "Mummy Matters" Blog » Co-sleeping, is it part of bonding?

Pinky McKay's "Mummy Matters" Blog » Co-sleeping, is it part of bonding?

co-sleeping: why and how

co-sleeping: why and how

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