I’ve been sleeping with my son on a crib with his cribs bedside table.
I don’t know how he does it.
I’ve had him sleep on a sofa.
And he doesn’t.
But I’ve always loved it.
He loves the fact I put him on his tummy and he just loves the feeling of me lying there and just the way I’m laying him down on his back, and he’s just loving it.
We’ve done it for months, months.
I’m not sure I’ve ever had a baby sleep better.
It’s like I’m just laying him up and he can sleep on his head or whatever, and I’m lying down on the floor, and then he’s in the corner of the room, so he’s not really in the same position.
I feel like I’ve got him at peace.
I can relax with him and he loves it.
If you want to sleep with your baby, get your first-time baby onto the crib, the crib is the best place to do it, she says.
“There are a lot of things you can do with a crib, so don’t wait until you’re breastfeeding.
Just get your baby onto his or her tummy, and start sleeping there.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a mom or a dad, you want him to be in the bed with you, so get him there.”
The benefits to sleeping on a bedside if you have a first-timer BabyBikeSleep.com reader wrote to say: I’ve slept on a few beds with my kids, but always slept on the crib with them.
It was great to be able to take them out to the park or the playground, and they would be happy to be placed on the bed.
My daughter and I used to play with him on the sofa.
We’d play games on the big wooden board and we’d have games of tag and tag with him.
But we would always try to keep him on top of the crib.
She also mentioned that her husband has a special preference for sleeping on the couch when they’re not breastfeeding.
“I love it,” he said.
“He loves it, too.
We do it all the time.”