Post by goldenlove3 on Apr 13, 2017 9:15:30 GMT -5
onesweetworld It's all about your comfort level. There are a few posters in my BMB that use the RnP overnight, mostly because of reflux issues. We used a PnP in our room for the first couple months but there were definitely times we put him in the RnP because he slept so well in there.
So I'm not a terrible parent for not having her flat on her back?
I have no idea what happened to my sweet angel last night but she screamed for hours straight. My milk needs to come in now.
Ridley slept in her crib for the first few days, but because of jaundice she had to use a bili blanket, which meant she lived in a two foot radius of that machine for two weeks. She started sleeping in her rnp and never went back to her crib. At 2ish months we started I started taking her to bed with me.
The rnp is fine. But if you want to get her transitioned to the crib, try doing just nighttime or just naps. The way babies brains work is not all or nothing. They process naps and nighttime sleep differently. I'm not explaining that well, but yeah.
Winnifred no pack and play here. I'm thinking of ordering a cosleeper for the side of the bed because I google things like safe sleeping in a RNP and get scared. We do need a small travel crib for our camper so I'm looking for two birds with one stone.
I've seen where people take one side off of the crib and pull it up to and somehow attach it to the bed. You could try that. We have the RnPs right next to our bed. Stay off of google. Plenty of babies sleep in RnPs just fine.
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