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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Cosleeping Is Fine For A Child's Development and Behavior

Cosleeping Is Fine For A Child's Development and Behavior | Care2 Causes

It can be a very emotional issue if you choose to debate it: Whether to go to sleep with your children in your bed or whether to make them sleep in their own rooms. You’ll find plenty of parents on both sides of the argument, and plenty of parents on both sides of the sleep situation — and the bed — whether they planned to be in that situation or not (case in point: I coslept with my daughter for over a year until she simply started sleeping through the night in her crib). For those who are against cosleeping, it seemed for years that there was plenty of evidence on their side to back up their claims that it was harmful: Bad for sleep habits, bad for the child’s emotional development, just plain bad.

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