Re: Question for co-sleepers
We stopped co-sleeping for this same reason, but DS is back in our bed now (if he wakes in the night) as he seems to have outgrown the thrashing around. I quit night-nursing and moved him into his own room with his crib (had been sidecar) at the same time. It was a pain waking up to comfort in his room so he could go back to sleep, but he woke up less frequently than while co-sleeping. In the meantime, we got a bigger bed, so now he has a little room to roll around between DH and me. If you have to quit co-sleeping temporarily, I think there's no shame in that. A well-rested mama is a good mama.
almost 3 years old and Baby Bear 15 Months