8 thoughts on “Let’s Talk About Co Sleeping Pros and Cons

  1. Very interesting! I did not know there were pros to sleeping with your baby, I thought there were only cons! My opinion has changed after reading, and I’m glad I got to learn about this. I think you’re writing in a very exciting manner as well. You have everything organized very neatly, and I enjoyed the article!

  2. I don’t have children yet, but when I will, I will remember this post! I’m for emotional and psychological health, so thanks for the information!

  3. Hi Debbie, I can totally relate to your post. I am a fan of co-sleeping but yes the biggest con is quality of sleep! I must admit we are still doing it in our house and our children are no longer babies. The thing is, they will get to the stage where they definitely don’t want to with mum and dad and I think the pros of emotionally secure and knowing they are loved far outweighs any cons.

    1. From one tired mum to another, it’s worth it isn’t it. I’m in no real rush for it to be finished. Time passes so quickly that soon these precious moments will just be memories, I want to absorb every minute while I can x

  4. Hi Debbie, I was drawn to your article because I was curious to see what co-sleeping was I didn’t realize that it meant sleeping with your baby in your bed.
    I really think that choices about how we decide to raise our children should be about what we as parents feel is best for each of our children and not what strangers think is best.
    When my ex and I got together my stepdaughter was 2 and a half and had never slept in her own bed and she didn’t want to start. So we got her a dollhouse bed that she absolutely loved and made bedtime fun, she would pick a story and i would read it to her and our dog she adjusted very well and actually loved bed time.

    1. I completely agree with you. Parents know their children the best and just want what’s best for them. Each family is unique and the decisions they make about their situation should be respected, not judged. Children are very adaptable As long as we listen to them, make them feel safe and loved, and make things fun for them, they’ll get along just fine. Thanks for reading Lisa x

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