Didn't want to R&R! I only co-slept with my son until he was a month but we're still co-sleeping a good part of the night with my daughter. My friends are in the process of trying to put their LO in his own room and he's 2.5.
With Zane he moved into his cot in my room when he was 6 months, he didn't want to be with me anymore but now he's 31/2 and he still comes into my bed sometimes. With Corey he's still in sometimes, like last night but he went into his own bed at 6 months because he started to crawl and I don't always wake as soon as he does so didn't want him to crawl off the edge lol
I had to at 6 months for the sake of my sanity. 6 months of not going into deep sleep (daughter was an all night feeder, kicker, wriggler) made me pretty miserable! I do miss it now though, she comes in our bed for an hour in the morning.
We have started night weaning with daddy taking her up to bed, when shes settled into this (approx a month) we will be moving her into her own bed which will be next to ours....although i may leave her longer. I believe shes ready-ish now.
She wont be moved out of our room, or from beside the bed though for a while 1. because i feel shes still too little and 2. because we have no spare room lol
DD went to her own room at 12 months. We had a lot of visits between 12 and 24 months, but they gradually have spaced out. She has only slept in our bed twice since DS was born when she was 21 months. She now prefers her bed and chooses her bed when given a choice.
Imogen at around five months, Teddy was six or seven months I think. Both of them got moved out when it became apparent that we were keeping them awake, and generally slept through from the minute they got into the nursery and into the cot. Could also be because we have blackout blinds in there. I've had both kids back in with me from time to time, but generally I won't because unless they're really poorly, they don't settle and it just means nobody gets any sleep.
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