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The next day every noise she made I was up checking on her second nigh she was in her own room one wall between us and I always heard her,
I have never been able to sleep with a baby in the room, so my babies went to their own crib within 5 or 6 weeks. I had a bassinet by my bed before then. I never had my babies in my bed, so it was an easy transition to a crib in their room.
I had my kids in the bassinet a minimum of 3 months, until the middle of the night feeding stretched out to about 6 hours. Took longer for one than the others, but having them right there for breastfeeding in the middle of the night was less stressful for all of us.
My 6 year old still sleeps with me. My husband prefers the recliner so plenty of room. My. 2 year old has thankfully been in her bed since 3 months old. One child in bed with me is all I can handle!!
My grandson stays with me every weekend. I let him sleep with me until he was about 2yrs old. At first it was so i could get up and feed him and i would know when he was hungry. Then he started movong too much and i couldn’t get any rest so he started sleeping in his own bed in his room
Both my kiddos sleuthing in their crib in our room until they were a little over 1. I know it’s a long time but it was mostly for me. I didn’t feel comfortable having them in another room (even with a monitor) before that. It was also a "big deal"day for them for their bdays and they loved it. Running in and exploring everything.
Pretty much once my daughter srart d rolling over and the bassinet was no longer safe for her to sleep in maybe 4 months at the most
50+ years ago I kept mine in a bassinet near my bed for 6 weeks, then they went Into their own room in their crib.
Our babies never slept in our room. They were in their crib in their room the day we brought them home.
They sleep in your room until you and hubby are once again proactive then there own room.did this with all nine of mine.but I’m only telling how it is for me…each to there own
I couldn’t sleep when they were in my room as I woke to every and I mean every noise
However long you want them to. No special timing. Mine 4yo just left my room and my 2yo is still nursing ams Co sleeping.
There is no clear cut answer. Follow your gut. My kids have always been in my room until they were old enough to safely sleep elsewhere. Like when I didn’t have to worry about them getting up and getting into things. I literally couldn’t sleep when we attempted to put them in a crib, in another room. Ive had a crib at the end of the bed, playpen beside the bed, bassinet by the bed, and Co slept. Im a very light sleeper, even when they are 5 years old and decide to sneak in, I don’t sleep well lol. If you are a heavy sleeper or must take meds that make you drowsy then you should never co sleep. But if they have their own bed in your room, I don’t see a problem
With my first child, our pediatrician suggested they sleep in our room (not co sleeping) until 6 months. Our second child came 4 years later and her recommendation changed to keeping them in the room for 1 year.
I kept mine in a bassinet for probably 3 months and had crib in my room till they stopped nursing. It’s up to you .
Mine slept in bassinet for 3 months,then crib in my room until she was about 2ish,then moved to a 2 bedroom house
Mine were in their own crib and own room from the moment they came home. But to each their own, whatever works for you.
As long as you want them to sleep in your room…
If its not started, you don’t have to worry about the right time.