Hi guys, I need abit of advice from you cosleeping parents please.
At the moment, me & OH dont cosleep with our little one who is only 11 days old, now call me crazy but I would love to do this with my little man as I just want to be near him 24/7. Hes not a bad little sleeper but he does have a grizly few hours from about 11ish to 12.30/1am ish and we have had him in bed with us during that time the last 2 nights. Im not sure out of the 3 of us who enjoys it most and it certainly does help with his grizly episode. But what I want to know is the intamacy side of things with OH.
How or when? is it possible with a LO in the bed? how have you guys got round it,
when M was teeny tiny i had zero interest until about 4 months pp and we had her moses basket next to the bed for times when we needed 'space' now she is older we put her in her own bed after she is asleep then when if she needs up we fetch her back again BUT we are ttc and its not going well lol!
We have sex several times a week and we've been bed-sharing/co-sleeping non-stop for almost 5 years. We have sex after kids go to bed in other parts of the house, the living room, spare bedroom, kitchen, you get the idea
We go into the spare room and have the video monitor on or it happens spontaniously the sofa! When he was really little we put him in the cosleeper and used the bed as we were too paranoid to leave him on his own. You could even chuck the bedding on the floor if you feel uncomfortable on the bed x
me & OH C-O due to the fact that she wont sleep anywere else if shes not close to us , shes never liked sleeping in a cot but loved her moses basket ! suits everyone at the minute as it is nice to wake up to her face in the morning & be woken by her pulling at your face
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