I would like to check for babies who sleep thru the night.. how do your babies at 1yo sleep? Do they sleep in their own cot? My 1yo girl sleeps through the night since 2mo however we are co sleeping. Usually she may shift her body in the middle of the night which result in awakening then i will pat her back to sleep. Recently ive put her in her own bed however it seems like shes not able to self soothe to sleep on her own and will end up sitting up or standing up. So right now co sleeping definitely works for us..but how do i get her to fall back to sleep on her own???

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I co sleep with both my kids since they were born. We had a cot, co sleeper, bassinet and nothing worked except for being in the middle of the bed. Skin to skin with either me or my husband.

baby sleeps with me. my 3 year old sleeps with us too. and we love it! my baby dream feeds pretty much the whole night.

My 2yo still co sleeps with me. I have a cot which the sides been remove so it can be joined with my bed. I will place him in his cot, if he happen to stir in the sleep, i will give pats to him to soothe him back to sleep. As i will be gg for my delivery soon, im getting my husband to soothe him instead

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my 1yo son co-sleeps with me. he sleeps very close to me every night. I try not to shift him in case he wakes up & I have to feed him with milk so he can sleep back. sometimes, he cries in the middle of night, either nightmare or hungry.

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I co sleep with mine since he was 4 months old cause he hated his cot. before he turn 18 months old he will still wake up 2-3 times a night, and I am still breastfeeding so he will latch for a while and then back to sleep. after he turn 18 months old he will sttn til the next morn with occasion waking up and looking for me. I will either latch him, hug him, Pat him, whatever works that put him back to sleep.

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I co-sledp with LO since birth too, now 26 months old and still co-sleeping :) He refused baby cots and playpens, so we just co-sleep since it helps him feel more secured - there are times he wakes up to peek for me, and also times where he feels better just rolling to my side of the bed! I'd say there's no real need/rush to move them to their own beds - I wouldn't stop until the day that he tells me he wants to sleep alone :)

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