When should I move my baby in their own bedroom?
But over time, you may want to find some privacy with your partner… which is absolutely normal! So how do you get your baby to move smoothly from his co-sleeping bed to his own bedroom? We tell you everything.
Find the right time
But 6 whole months may seem a bit long for some parents, who may want to be in the privacy of their marital room.
In addition, as a baby approaches 6 months, a baby can become particularly attached to his habits, making separation even more difficult …
To sum up: you can keep your little one close to you for as long as you want. But the longer you wait, the more difficult the transition is likely to be.
Make sure your baby is ready to move into their own room
There are several signs that your baby is ready to sleep in their own room.
- He can go alone from the stomach to the back, and from the back to the stomach. Thus, if he rolls over on his stomach in the middle of the night, he will be able to pass by himself on his back.
- You can also check with your paediatrician that everything is going well with your baby’s growth, and in particular that he no longer needs to be fed in the middle of the night.
- You can also expect him to be able to sleep at least 6 hours at a stretch. Because if your baby still needs to eat every two hours, you risk finding yourself quickly on your knees ...
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