Co-sleeping and its Effect on Children
Co‐sleeping is a practice in which babies sleep close to one or both parents as opposed to sleeping in a separate room, often in the same bed. In many cultures, co‐sleeping is the norm until babies are weaned or in some cases may continue as the child gets older. In western cultures, co‐sleeping is often met with controversy. What’s important is that your children’s sleep is safe and that wherever they sleep suits you and them.