4 Ways Co-sleeping Strengthens Family Bonds and Helps You Sleep Better

You'll all get more sleep (and better quality sleep)

Imagine not having to get out of bed to breastfeed. Laying propped up on the pillows, half asleep, as you nurse and soothe your baby back to sleep.

You don't have to ruin your sleep by walking to another room, roused out of bed yet again.

Your partner's sleep isn't disturbed.

No more arguing who's turn it is.

No more straining your arm to lift baby out of the crib.

With the babybay co-sleeper, simply roll over and scoop baby up to rest in your arms.

Tennis pro Lindsay Davenport admits she "gave in" when it came to co-sleeping, preferring to bring son Jagger into her bed rather than "sit there and wait for an hour for him to go back to sleep."

Co-sleeping limits nighttime separation anxiety

Who wasn't afraid of monsters under the bed?

Babies experience separation anxiety when away from their parents.

Hearing the beating of your heart and the in and out of your breath can be incredibly soothing to your baby. Depriving them of this for 6-8 hours at night means babies cry more often, needing your closeness to soothe their anxiety.

Babies who co-sleep generally cry less, wake less often, and stay away for shorter periods of time.

Bonus: You get to wake up next to a smiling baby!

You Can Better Respond to a Crisis While Co-Sleeping

Parenting guru Dr. Sears says, "Babies who sleep with close to their mothers enjoy 'protective arousal,' a state of sleep that enables them to more easily awaken if their health is in danger, such as breathing difficulties...

...Infants who sleep near to parents have more stable temperatures, regular heart rhythms, and fewer long pauses in breathing compared to babies who sleep alone. This means baby sleeps physiologically safer."

Because you're the best (and only) defense against dangers to your baby, co-sleeping makes sleep much safer than relying on a monitor to alert you to a life-threatening issue.

Co-Sleeping Helps Develop a Deeper Emotional Bond

This is what the parents of Hollywood are after: closeness with their families despite leading a life that has constant demands on time. And if you break it down, we're all a lot more like those top-power players than we think. Life brings with it all kinds of obstacles and stresses.

Don't add stress to your nightly routine. With the babybay® bedside sleeper you can keep your baby close and safe, and simply roll over to nurse or soothe.

Traditional co-sleeping had a few dangers attached to it. But co-sleeping is an ancient practice, and as we've advanced technologically, co-sleeping has too. Before, co-sleeping just meant sharing a bed which brought with it a host of dangers (rolling over on your baby, overheating, or pulling the covers up over baby's head). But now the dangers of co-sleeping can be prevented.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt had a 9-foot bed built to accommodate their whole family. Fortunately, you don't need to build a whole new sleeping room to co-sleep with your newborn.

With the babybay® your baby is safe and snug in his or her own bassinet. The babybay® securely and easily attaches to your bed, allowing you to co-sleep safely.

90% of the world's families co-sleep their way to better nights and stronger bonds with their babies.

Are you?

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