What are your views on co-sleeping? My baby loves it (as do I!) but I’m worried about getting into bad habits.
Co-sleeping is perfectly fine as long as safe sleep guidelines are followed. It’s a personal choice that both parents must be in agreement with, and also be sure that if you are sharing a bed with your baby that you all get a good night’s sleep!
Co-sleeping can sometimes cause issues around napping – as your baby is used to sleeping with you at night, they expect company during daytime sleeps too. Be sure to take this into consideration.
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Deborah Taylor is a UK trained paediatric nurse and health visitor who has lived and worked in Hong Kong for the past 11 years. She has specialised in infant and toddler sleep for many years, initially in London, UK and in 2004, founded the first infant and young child sleep clinic in Hong Kong. Following the success of the sleep clinic, Deborah now has her own company Infant Sleep Resources offering a range of sleep services and packages to suit your infant and toddler sleep and settling challenges. Visit www.infantsleepresources.com for more information.