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Learn the best method to ensure a good night's sleep for everyone.
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After the dad shared a photo in support of his wife "snuggling" with their children, commenters felt the need to weigh in with their opinions on bed-sharing with kids.
Keeping your baby close at night is a hot-button issue. Although the terms cosleeping and bedsharing have at times been used interchangeably, the difference is crucial to your infant's safety. Learn the safest ways to keep your sleeping child nearby.
The AAP has adjusted its sleep guidelines to acknowledge that parents sometimes fall asleep in bed with their babies.
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What you need to know about co-sleepers.
A poll reveals a surprising number of parents lie about co-sleeping with their kids.
Sleeping in the same bed as your child may sound like it's all snuggles and bonding time, but here's the real version (from a mom who's been there).