I've been breastfeeding since my son was born. (Well, duh) He started sleeping with me at 2 months when Daddy took an out of town job. Every night I put him in bed with me and give him a boob until he passes out. So my question is, How to I put him to sleep in his crib? Tonight, I let him fall asleep in my bed then when he was out I transferred him to the crib. Is there anything easier? What tricks help you out?!Answer Question
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Answer by nikkiliz09 at 10:10 AM on Aug. 3, 2010
You do it any way that works. Of course he needs to nurse to fall asleep. I never had "routines" or bed times. My babies would either fall asleeping while I was sitting watching TV or in bed. Then if you want you can put them in their bed. While you are nursing it's easier and better for the baby if you keep the baby in your room. You can smell each others pheromones and will get on similar sleep cycles and you will be in a light sleep when baby wakes to nurse. It makes you feel less disrupted and sleep deprived.
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