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Old 03-19-2013, 03:50 PM   #11
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Re: Moving an infant to their own room

You could try it and see how you feel about it. Or wait. I don't see the rush if things are working fine. I loved having my babes close by at night. It is really a personal choice, nothing I'd let a ped. concern you over.

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Old 03-19-2013, 04:05 PM   #12
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I have never had a Dr ask where baby sleeps. That would tick me off... and likely he'd get a "what the heck does that matter to you?" in response.
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:08 PM   #13
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My 14 month old still co sleeps. Our 4 year old still sleeps on our floor a few times per month. Do what feels right and trust your gut mama!
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:17 PM   #14
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Re: Moving an infant to their own room

We moved my son into his own room at 3 months, he did fine but I missed him and brought him back into our room within a week. He moved back into his own room at bit before 12 months, but was welcome back for snuggles anytime.

My daughter moved into her own room (well, she and DS are sharing a room) at 14 or 15 months.
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Re: Moving an infant to their own room

We moved my son into his own room at 3 months, he did fine but I missed him and brought him back into our room within a week. He moved back into his own room at bit before 12 months, but was welcome back for snuggles anytime.

My daughter moved into her own room (well, she and DS are sharing a room) at 14 or 15 months.
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Re: Moving an infant to their own room

#1 moved into his room for the first part of the night at 6 months, but wasn't 100% in his own room until about 9 months.

#2 at 13 months

#3 part time at 13 months, full time by about 17 months.

My ped has asked, but doesn't seem to care about the answer. I did have another Dr while she was on maternity leave once try and tell me I needed to get my 4 month old out of our bed and give me tips on what to try. I just sort of nodded my head and then did my own thing anyway. Who cares what they think if it's working for you?
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I have never had a Dr ask where baby sleeps. That would tick me off... and likely he'd get a "what the heck does that matter to you?" in response.
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:45 PM   #18
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Re: Moving an infant to their own room

We moved DD1 at 3 months, DS at 18 months, and DD2 at about 9 months. It was the right time for each of them for different reasons.

We started with napping in the crib in kiddos room, but in our room at night. Then we moved to napping in crib and going to bed in the crib, but when kiddo woke up in the middle of the night, kiddo came in our room. Then we progressed to the whole night in their room.
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