How to Stop Co-Sleeping With a 1-Month-Old

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Sleeping with your baby in your bed can be very safe, but for some it's not safe and it's not the prefect choice for all families. Find out how to stop co-sleeping with a 1-month-old with help from a parenting professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Christina. And this is how to stop co-sleeping with a one-month-old. Sleeping with your baby in your bed can be very safe, but for some it's not safe and it's not the prefect choice for all families. There are few things you can do to keep your baby safe and everyone happy. Co-sleeping doesn't just mean the baby's sleeping in bed with you, it means the baby in the room with you, near you while you sleep. Having a baby in a bedside bassinet or a crib in your bedroom, is the perfect solution to keeping everyone happy and safe. Studies have shown that babies who sleep in the same room near their parents or with their parents, are less likely to die of SIDS and have better immune systems. However to have your baby nearby doesn't mean that they have to be in bed with you. Nurseries with a crib and having your baby sleep in there can all be very pretty. But it's not always the perfect solution. If you can't get your baby to sleep by themselves in their crib. Or you want the convenience and safety of having them close by. Having a crib next to your bed can be a great solution. Moving your baby just a few feet away to a bedside bassinet or a crib is a great solution to any problems that you might have with sleeping with your baby. Thanks for watching.

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