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Discussion in 'Baby and Toddler' started by RoNa, May 25, 2017.
I think co-sleeping is so risky especially for the parents who keeps on moving around while at sleep. Safety first mommies
The decision to co-sleep doesn't work for everyone, but it seems there are many reasons parents choose it. And there's one unifying trait that unites all the benefits: bonding with baby.
Co-sleeping have lots of benefits for the parents, babies and for the family. Parents and their kids become more connected to each other and it can also reduce the risk of SIDS.
I agree with co=sleeping. However, I sometimes cannot sleep properly knowing I might hurt him. Good thing he's 2 years old now.