Co-sleeping is nice for some people but I'm against it. I give baby a bath (makes her super drowsy) and a nice big bottle of milk. when she's full, i make sure she is relaxed and when she's drowsy, i put her in her crib. she falls asleep instantly. dim the room if possible and make sure it's very quiet. Babies don't learn right away how to go to sleep on their own but they can (with patience) be taught. Know your baby's cues (rubbing eyes, yawning, falling over, doing less activity, sleepy laughs) and when you first notice, there's your chance! Also make sure if you have company that they're quiet. I dunno about you but my kid's a very light sleeper. (but usually goes back to bed easily) good luck :)
No idea. Somehow I have serious luck with that. DS slept in his PNP next to my bed as a baby and at 3 months he was moved to his crib in his own room and there was no slip-up. Then with DD she was put in her crib from day 1 (in our room). She had a hard couple of weeks when we first moved (at 6 months) but that was because of the move, and DH deployed so she's trying to handle daddy being gone also. But I got fed up one night and put her in her crib once she fell asleep, and now she's back to regular. =]
Once baby is asleep, slip him into his crib. Stick with it.
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