Share room for babies and toddlers… Is this possible?

You might be wondering why your kids or toddlers let you share a room? It would be a nightmare! Believe me, we thought that was the case too, but when we got a very good deal in our current two rooms, we moved into one of the three rooms and knew that we were here a while before we moved to the current location. We were preparing in advance for children to share a room with a small child, so we read this of a woman to create a lot of space for them, and for parents who are afraid of it, or they think they need three, they are still small, but the bedroom is very capable to share with the nursery and the nursery. Let’s break down my 8 steps to do it.

8 Steps To Share With The Nursery:

1.Before You Pass Them

Don’t wait in time to make changes. The youngest was 3 months when we moved her to the cradle from her Moses. During this time we put a crib in the corner of our living room which was still next to our room to keep the girls separate. For almost 6 months, we decided that it’s time to move the baby with his sister to the room. I think it was a good phase to do it because it gave him a few months to be really comfortable in his crib before he changed his surroundings.

2. First Put The Young One To Bed

In our house, our biggest use was at 7: OO pm and the youngest at the same time. But for the first time realized that the shared room such a thing will not happen. Honestly, we actually put our eldest son at 7 pm and started this room sharing process by hugging the baby until the eldest son calms down. The problem is, she’s a little girl. It may be that you want to get up a few hours because you miraculously have to use the bath again, or you suddenly fail or die without an ounce of water.

By the time we wanted him to finally settle down, we were going to put the baby in the crib and it made her wake up the baby, so he mishaps. When we changed the routine, lowered the baby at 7 pm, and kept our older baby until 8 pm, it was a game-changer. This not only makes our eldest daughter feel like a big sister because she may wake up later but also makes the baby calm, sleep calm, the eldest daughter before going to bed and it’s also beautiful and dark in your room, so when the eldest daughter goes to bed, she will not only be able to see the baby in bed, but and the baby is

3. Make Their Places In Front Of Each Other

If you have space, I recommend placing it on the far opposite side of the room. This gives everyone their own personal space but also makes it much easier to wake up to each other when/if you should wake up in the middle of the night; they have a common playground, but separate beds. I also suggest if I had room to buy a small room divider at night to keep things secret.

4. But How Does It Work When You Wake Up At Night?

Fortunately, our baby wakes up once in the night, maybe twice. We usually give her baby food at 6:3pm because she started to eat solids, and at 7: 00 pm she has 6 ounces bottles(she eats more in Hawaii) I think he sleeps very well at night because he is full of fun and he happens at 4 or 5 in the morning for another feeding.

You need to act quickly! At this moment the moment I hear from her even a scream, I got up and made a bottle and sneaked into the room. I’ll try to do it while she’s just pissed. It still works all the time! Let me tell you how to get a deep sleep a little baby can sleep one night and raise the baby to sleep. She woke up our girl was several times but we quietly went back to bed and asked her to take the baby to our room to comfort her.

5. The Decision To Take a Nap

When I say that a dream is another story, I will not lie. My daughter was three years old and she still sighed every day. Personally, I don’t think the only reason they sleep so well at night is that it’s dark and my daughter can’t see the crib, she goes and has a little light on her sister’s bed but during the day and it can’t work either. My daughter was in her mouth, standing in it, sliding her chair into the crib fiddle with her sister’s nipples, touching her head and trying to crawl.

For me, I have your dream in another room. Our baby got his room and I put the baby in the middle of our bed and there he sleeps. In addition, you can also set up a playpen to suit both long and long, so it can be used as a sleeping room for your guests. Since I made her room large enough to be a playroom, I prefer that the baby sleeps in our room while I sleep.

6. He’s Consistent.

We’ve found that consistency is all about teaching our girls, whether their manners or not(most young are still there so we can play their hearts a particular time and a little relaxed show and then happily up to a little talk). The bathroom includes.

As for sharing the room when it was new, we must remember that she was sleeping her sister, she is a girl to keep quiet, she is still singing and talking, and she needs to recollect to her several times before sleeping in silence, but also let her know that she is a woman, she is a woman, she is a woman,

7.Not Despair

All children and children are different, so everyone reacts differently. I’m just sharing my experience, and if you want to try this out or are thinking of this room-sharing opportunity, I’m not saying it’s a credible plan that works as a guide for you, so don’t think that way. Get ready to make small adjustments and be prepared for the fact that some nights will be better than others, but do not lose heart in these nights. Give it up; it will be easier to build the most intimate relationship in the room.

8.Think About Your Dreams

If you’ve been trying this for a while and haven’t fallen asleep since it doesn’t work, that’s fine! Do what works for you and attempt once more. Like Mom and parents, we need to sleep. Okay, there’s no harm in it, and in the know-how that mom fails so you don’t feel it! I sincerely thank you for my advice.

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