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PostPosted: Tue May 04, 2010 1:13 pm 
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My son has been sleeping in his pac-n-play for about a month now. He is almost 4 mnts old. He is what you would consider a "high need" baby and I'm scared to death to try to put him in his crib because of the crying. I thought to myself that it might not be so bad because he's in another room from where I'm sleeping now. His father and I everynight give him his bath then bottle then bed. I usually pat his bottom and hold him very close until he's been sleeping for a good few minutes. After he's asleep and I don't think he'll wake up when I get up, I go put him in his pac-n-play and immediately walk out of the room. Sometimes I will catch him opening his eyes, but I still just leave and go to bed myself. I'm hoping that it won't be that different from me putting him in his crib after he's asleep and leaving the room. I'm just afraid that if he wakes up during the night and sees that he's somewhere different he may start crying and I'll be right back to getting NO SLEEP! :( Any suggestions???


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2010 3:33 am 
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Being a parent partakes a lot of responsibility. If you are not sure with what you are doing then come to do the best solution which you think is best. You can co-sleep with him until you think that he is big enough since 4 months old is a little too young. I still sleep with my baby and his already 16months old because I am not confident of putting him to another room or another bed.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 1:20 am 
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My daughter always sleep between me and my wife and she is 2 years old now. I don't see a problem with that and now she is a happy toddler.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2011 4:32 pm 
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Try putting his pac-n-play in his room for a few nights before switching him to his crib. That will get him adjusted to a new environment while still being in something familiar.

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