"When the baby arrives, must he must have his own room? ", asks Woy on the Psychologies forum. com . This small question has raised many debates. The choice of place of sleep of the baby is indeed not insignificant. Much more than mere practical considerations, sleeping the infant in his own room, like a big one, or in the parental bed indeed reflects a certain way of living parenthood, and beyond, a lifestyle .
So where to get your baby to sleep after returning from maternity? We asked a pediatrician, a psychoanalyst and a parenting specialist. The keys to making this decision that in the end, you will come back.
By Julie Martory
Where to have your baby sleep?
In his room like a big one, in a cradle installed in the parents' room, in a side-bed (a bed specially designed to be attached to the parental bed) or ...
When the family bed makes debate
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For a safe co-sleeping
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