I honestly never planned to co-sleep with our baby (mostly because we only have a full-size, and my hubby is a bit of a chunk and a bed-hog, and I was a little afraid of him rolling over the baby ) but he's so gassy and fidgety at night sometimes that it's just the best thing we've found for us is just to let him sleep on one of our chests until he's calm I see no problems with it, even if it was full-time. It really just depends on the baby, but -some- babies do have a bit of seperation anxiety and won't sleep on their own, but that can also happen very early on, it's just different for each baby. Just do what's best for the two of you It's really not ethical for us to just let him cry it out in the bassinet next to our bed all night long because my hubby works 8-4 6 days a week and needs his sleep. It's just a lot easier for us to let him sleep with us And I definitely dont mind it one bit
Oliver is 10 months and he is still co-sleeping! A lot of people are telling me that I shouldn't because it will be hard to break them of it, but my parents did it, and so did my sister and all of their kids have been great about sleeping in their own beds! I actually like him sleeping with us, and he loves it obviously lol But when he is ready and a little bit older, I will get him in his own bed!
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