4th Trimester Essentials, Janine Smith, Tips

Tip – co-sleeping


The key to safe co-sleeping is to plan for it, that way you can prepare your bed and have more control over your pillows and duvet.

The pillows need to be away from your baby and a big duvet is too hot and heavy for a new/young baby so you will need to change your bedding to something lighter.

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