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co-sleeping

Bed-sharing Pediatrics The sleeping of an infant or child in a parent's bed Pros Intimate contact with parent during critical formative period of infancy Cons Risk of death–±60 occur/yr in the US–due to suffocation, strangulation in bed clothing, or overlying. See Overlying.
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If you're considering taking baby out of the family bed for whatever reason, remember that babies have a biological need to be in close physical contact with their mothers for much of the time, so some babies may become distressed if this need is denied at night," she cautioned.
The family bed has a circular shape allowing extra space for the one in three parents whose child sleeps in their bed at least once a week.
My daughter and son-in -law have a huge family bed so there is room for everyone including daddy
However, according to the Petplan Veterinary Scientific Advisory Board, comprised of renowned veterinarians who advise America's top-rated pet insurer on all issues related to pet health, pets who are in good physical health and are well-cared for pose little risk to human's well-being and need not be banished from curling up in the family bed.
Yarl's Wood has 284 beds for women and 121 family bed spaces, according to
BARONESS WARSI (Cohesion) Earns a salary from 16 per cent share in family bed business (30 days work) pounds 20K
The retailer rolled out 500 SKUs of Cannon Classic and Cannon Royal Family bed and bath products to its 181 stores last month, marking the largest home product launch in the retailer's history.
A UUP deputy mayor admitted yesterday that gays are barred from his family bed and breakfast.
But they should do so only after consulting their family physicians and with full awareness of the factors that can increase the danger for babies who sleep in the family bed.
While my midwife sewed up a tear, Yosh settled the boys into our family bed together, the three of them cuddling down for Kieran's story and bedtime.
Jay Gordon and Maria Goodavage build a case for the family bed or co-sleeping as safe, beneficial and conducive to a good night's rest for both parents and child.