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Old 10-03-2012, 08:17 AM   #11
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Lol!! I saw the title and had to click....last night my 22m old had a nightmare so I brought him in our bed and he slept sideways all stinkin night..I had his head in my armpit and in my back all night. Needless to say I woke up even more sore than usual lol

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Old 10-03-2012, 08:32 AM   #12
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Re: Cosleeping Sucks...

Ohh you can DTD other places than the master bedroom.
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Old 10-03-2012, 11:04 AM   #13
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I would start to transition her especially if DH is getting resentful.
We do not cosleep (we do one early morning feeding in our bed though)
Dd is 3 months and has slept in her crib 8-12 hrs per night since 7 weeks.
Not Because I don't want to cosleep just that DH and I are very hard sleepers so we worry about rolling over her.

I do always wonder though how when and where do cosleeping parents dtd? Lol
We dtd everywhere except the bedroom. The living room floor has been treating us nicely recently ;-)
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Old 10-03-2012, 11:39 AM   #14
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I have it back now. :-) ha!

Its actually our boppy. Best neck pillow ever, IMO. And I think DD likes it bc it wraps around her whole body and probably smells like me.
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:11 PM   #15
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I lol'd.

At first I thought this was a serious thread. There are times when I ask myself, "What did I get myself into?"

Right now I just sleep with my youngest. DH is in the guest room and DD1 is in her own room. DH is getting a bit... uhm... resentful? Maybe not that strongly about it, but has hinted that he would like me to train DD2 to sleep in her own space so DH and I can go back to our normal routine.

The only issue is that DD2 has been and is a very high needs/clingy baby. When the sun goes down, she's even MORE so.

So...not sure what to do about that.
Can you just put another mattress in your room, and have her sleep on her mattress? You could slide over there when she wakes up and sneak back in with DH when she falls back to sleep. We just did this...we recently ran out of room on our king size mattress and added a queen to the mix. Our room is pretty much one big mattress now
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I do always wonder though how when and where do cosleeping parents dtd? Lol
Every/any other room in the house, whenever DD is sleeping.
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We have a hard time DTD with ds2 cosleeping. We don't have a door to the living room and DS1 walked in on us once. The bathroom sink has been broken in well lately. Lol

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Re: Cosleeping Sucks...

We had to move DD2 out of the room because dtd was just too hard! hehehe She wanted to be connected to me all night, and that's ummm, awkward. So yeah... she's in another room, and now half the time I sleep on the floor in the second bedroom because she still wants me close by. :P
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Re: Cosleeping Sucks...

I can't sleep with my 4 month old ~ he sleeps in his own crib but when I nurse him at night laying in my bed, he kicks me so hard with his feet, it drives me bonkers!
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Old 10-04-2012, 10:15 AM   #20
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I can't sleep with my 4 month old ~ he sleeps in his own crib but when I nurse him at night laying in my bed, he kicks me so hard with his feet, it drives me bonkers!
That would be my 9 month old right now. Sometimes she's fine and will fall asleep and stay with me other times she kicks me in stomach non-stop, flings arms around and if I ignore her in hopes she'll fall asleep, she'll start crying/screaming...
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