Oh another detail I just remembered. The transition to her crib in her room at 6-7 months was pretty smooth because we had been using her crib for naps and after I started back at work we would put her to bed in her crib and then move her into our room when we went to bed. So she was used to sleeping in the crib already.
Anybody use a dock a tot before? Trying to figure out if it's worth the $$
Me 39 - DH 41
TTGP #1 Jan '15 -
BFP 9/11/15 - DS born 5/31/16
TTGP #2 July '17 -
CP July '17
Blighted Ovum MC Dec '17
CP June '18
BFP 1/30/19 - EDD 10/13/19
Any thoughts on this article? I always enjoy hearing people's take on things like this.https://www.wsj.com/articles/infant-sleep-deaths-in-focus-in-fight-over-role-of-consumer-safety-agency-1542974400
Since I've already bumped this, I'm going to go ahead and ask another question 😂For those of you who used some kind of arms reach cosleeper or other device in your bedroom, what did you do for MOTN diaper changes? My sister was telling me her kids slept in a pack n play in their room, and their pack n play had the diaper changing topper, which was perfect for MOTN diaper changes. So just curious what everyone else does if that wasn't an option. Ugh stuck in the grey! With our first we changed her on a changing pad we put on our dresser. With DD2 we upgraded to a king size bed and would mostly just change her on the foot of the bed.