My son has ODD and is being evaluated for SPD or ASD or both or a developmental disorder. He also has severe asthma (which currently is under control) and a speech delay. He is 3 years old. Before I ask my question I'll give you some background. He co-slept (same bed as me) for first 2 months, then only slept with me about 50% of the time other than that he slept in his own room or in a bassinet in my room, by 6 months he only slept with me when sick or scared. By 1 year old that changed to only when sick. By 18 months it became never, even when sick he wanted his bed, by himself. So I remember exactly how many times we've coslept since then (not including this week)....between 18-30 months none, and for 3 days at 2 1/2 when he was in the hospital (pnuemonia) they put him in an adult bed so I snuggled with him the whole time (as he requested). When he came home, he asked to sleep alone. Then I didn't sleep with him again until he was almost 3 and was 3. I did for 4 days while he was in ICU before his 3rd birthday and 2 days in the hospital when he was 3. Now he is a few months past 3 years old. He has been sleeping alone in his own room. But recently stopped sleeping much at all. He claimed to see "monsters" "vampires" in his room. I tried countless things to help that, nothing did. He also would wake up mulitple times in the night with nightmares, claims of being sad, or claims of being scared. Then this past week he asked to sleep with me. So I let him, but then it became an every night thing. (My husband switched beds with him, our queen is so not big enough, so i slept with 3 year old, and husband slept in the 3 year olds twin size bed). Well so my husband can move back in the room, but we can still support whatever my son is going through. (I am not opposed to him being in our room). I turned the crib that was in our room for the baby back into a toddler bed. Tonight is his first night sleeping there instead of my bed (thought it could be a way to transition him out or at least a way to get my husband back (seems wrong for spouses to sleep in seperate rooms). The baby (3 months old) doesnt like to sleep in his crib and hates co-sleeping. He loves his bassinet or his swing, both of which are in the living room. So I didn't take the crib from the baby. So if this helps the 3 year old do you think it's okay. No we are not worried about him interruptting our sex life. We rarely have time for that right now and honestly if we really want to, we can get a babysitter (doesn't have to be a "at night thing").