Question by MillerMyers:
HELP needed from parents that have or are currently cosleeping with an infant?

Our boy is 3 1/2 months old that is breastfed, has a stay-at-home mother and has slept in bed with us nightly since he was born. We are dealing with some attachment issues right now. We can’t get him to fall asleep on his own for his much needed naps during the day. This is making him more fussy and harder to deal with at times because he needs to be held to fall asleep. Sometimes he’s so overtired that he will not sleep at all and just continues to wail. Even though we love sleeping with him, we do not want this to continue for much longer. Please offer any recommendations on how we can make this transition as smooth as possible and/or share your experiences. Also, any thoughts on the cry it out method. Thanks!
Chase’s Mommy and Daddy
We do not like the cry it out method. We are not even considering it as an option. Please try to stick with the first part of our question and give us any feedback pertaining to the main theme of the question. Thanks again!


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Answer by VirgoGirl
My boy is 3 weeks and has been sleeping in the bed with me for the last week cause he will not sleep in the bassinet, every time I put him in it he cry. If this is what is in my future then I am bout to put a stop to the co-sleeping.

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