When our son was born, my husband and I both reached the same decision about co-sleeping, we were not going to do it. For us, the risks far outweighed the benefits. We feared that we would roll over onto Brennen or that one of our dogs would jump on him. Not to mention, we didn’t want him to become accustomed to only sleeping with us, we wanted him to sleep in his own bed. Our plan actually worked for quite some time, except for the occasional cat nap we took with him when we were desperate for sleep. As an infant he slept in his bouncer until he transitioned to his crib. After the crib he got a cool fire truck bed that he loved. When he turned three, we got him this awesome twin bed!
There is just one problem . . .