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While western culture discourages it, studies have shown that co-sleeping with a breastfeeding infant promotes bonding, regulates the mother and baby’s sleep patterns, plays a role in helping the mother to become more responsive to her baby’s cues, and gives both the mother and baby needed rest. Creating a co-sleeping environment also assists mothers in the continuation of breastfeeding on demand, which is an important step in maintaining the mother’s milk supply.
There are many methods of co-sleeping. Some mothers choose for their babies to sleep in bed with them all the time. Other mothers set up the crib or bassinet in the mother’s room; their babies are brought to the parents bed when they wake. Other mothers sleep with their babies on a mattress in the baby’s room.
This is a personal decision for every mother when choosing how babies should sleep. If you decide to co-sleep with your infant, there are some guidelines for doing it effectively and safely.
Parents should not sleep with their babies if they are smokers or have ingested alcohol or drugs. Do not co-sleep if you drink alcohol or medications that make you sleepy, take drugs, or smoke. Co-sleep only on beds, not on couches or recliners. Bedding should be tight fitting to the mattress and the mattress should be tight fitting to the headboard of the bed. There should not be any loose pillows or soft blankets near the baby’s face. There should not be any space between the bed and adjoining wall where the baby could roll and become trapped. And of course, the baby should not be placed on its stomach.
There are as many options as there are parents and babies. As babies grow and changes their sleep patterns, families often respond by changing sleeping spaces, such as transitioning to a crib. The only right choice is what works to give the whole family as much rest as possible.
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