No-one ever knows if they will need to co-sleep so it’s worth knowing how to do this safely if it becomes what you want to do or if it is the only way you and your baby can get some sleep. The Lullaby Trust states that 91% of parents who co-sleep didn’t expect to do it.
For safer co-sleeping you need to know more about where to position your baby in the bed, what bedding to use, to consider your mattress and whether your baby can roll out of the bed.
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