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    ...move your kiddo from your room to their room and in their own crib? I don't want to co-sleep but he still seems so little to be left on his own. That is probably just a mommy paranoia though. Right now Dawson sleeps in a bassinet by our bed but I eventually want to move him into his own crib across the hall. Just curious when you other ladies made the big move?

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    DD was about 6 weeks old and we started with naps in her crib and then night time in hte pack and play in our room then about a 2 weeks later we went for crib all night in her own room. best thing we did! lol dont put it off it will be even harder then
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    Trent moved from our bed to his toddler bed at around 13/15 months. Katie will do the same. I figure as long as they are breastfeeding, I will keep them close. (less work on my end!)

    Trent is 3 1/2 and still sleeps with us sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailornwife View Post
    DD was about 6 weeks old and we started with naps in her crib and then night time in hte pack and play in our room then about a 2 weeks later we went for crib all night in her own room. best thing we did! lol dont put it off it will be even harder then
    that is what i was thinking....

    I can't stand the thought of him being too far away but on the other hand it would be nice just to cuddle up with my hubby and not jump up every time I hear Dawson so much as stir. kwim?

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    we are going to let Hailey stay in our room until she is around 3 months I have a bassinet that I am going to have her in right next to the bed we are going to be putting her down for naps in her room that way she can get use to her crib
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    When they start sleeping through the night.
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    If it were up to me I would still have her in there with us but DH said 8 wks and by 8 wks she was outgrowing the bassinet and part of me is glad we did she LOVES her crib and I love our bedroom just being for me and DH.



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    We had ds and now dd in the pack and play next to our bed. We noved ds into his room into his crib at 4 months. We will do the same with dd. Although it may be a little longer for dd because I have to clean out ds's new room. Should take me about a week.

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    I believe DS was 2-3 weeks old. He started moving and grunting in his sleep and im a light sleeper so it kept me up. He did just fine
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