When it comes to co-sleeping or cot-sleeping, there is really no right or wrong. There are, however, benefits and risk factors to both options.
Another practical reason for co-sleeping is that close proximity is believed to facilitate breastfeeding. There is evidence that babies who room-in at hospital or co-sleep at home breastfeed for longer and possibly sleep better. Meg is sceptical of the bonding benefits of co-sleeping. Bonding happens over time from pregnancy through the first year of life, regardless of some of the practical choices a mom makes.
However, this only happens from 4 to 6 months, when he starts to learn to self soothe. Before then, babies need you to regulate everything for them and the only real benefit for a baby sleeping in his own room would be for your own sleep.
For example, a mom that is suffering from postnatal depression , or is a light sleeper, may cope better with her baby in a separate room. Since the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended that all babies should be placed on their backs in , deaths from SIDS have declined dramatically. But sleep-related deaths from other causes, including suffocation, entrapment and asphyxia have increased. If you place him on his side, use a wedge to stop him from rolling over onto his stomach.
Place your baby between you and your partner, and never on the edge of the bed. Never share a duvet or pillow with your baby.
Before this twice as many babies died every year from cot death. The tilt should be no more than 5cm, but Grace was tilted 8cm.
Dress him in an extra layer to what you have on and swaddle him. Make sure that your bed is firm, almost as hard as a futon.
A waterbed or a very soft mattress is a high risk factor. Be careful not to overheat your baby with a hat, too many layers or heaters. Stomach-sleepers have an increased risk of SIDS.
Place your baby at the bottom of the cot so he can shift up. Never give your baby a duvet or pillow. Dress him in one more layer than what you have on and swaddle him. Remove soft toys and cot bumpers.
It makes his pulse race. But, now that we know that smoking is linked to SIDS, parents that smoke are warned against co sleeping with their infants. The new stepmother might think it inappropriate to share a bed with a child that is not her own.
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