I want to be that mother who can stand up and say I am a strong confident mother and I know what is best for my children. We breastfeed and co sleep, We listen, We include, We eat chocolate and snot smoothies, we trampoline and grow frogs, we sling, we carry and we try and understand and work with our children without resorting to punishments, threats or coercion.

Friday, 11 November 2011

Co-Sleeping Articles



6.    Cosleeping

  1. Shouting For Baby
  2. Real Men Sleep With Their Kids
  3. Bed of Roses
  4. Family Bed Safety
  5. Where Oh Where Has Our Sex Life Gone
  6. Where Should Babies Sleep at Night?: A Review of the Evidence from the CESDI SUDI Study
  7. Solitary or Shared Sleep: What's Safe?
  8. Sleep Environment Safety Checklist
  9. How the Stats Really Stack Up: Cosleeping Is Twice As Safe
  10. The Complexity of Parent-Child Cosleeping: Researching Cultural Beliefs
  11. The New Zealand Experience: How Smoking Affects SIDS Rates
  12. Bedsharing among Maoris: An Indigenous Tradition
  13. Rooming-in at the Hospital: Assessing the Practical Considerations
  14. Sleeping Like a Baby: How Bedsharing Soothes Infants
  15. Not Designed to Sleep Alone
  16. Bedsharing Research in Britain
  17. The Family Bed: It's Safe and Here's Why
  18. Three in a Bed
  19. Sleep with Me: A Trans-cultural Look at the Power--and Protection--of Sharing a Bed
  20. Sleep, Beautiful, Sleep: You, too, Can Take a Nap
  21. Pillow Talk: Helping your Child Get a Good Night's Sleep 

More articles

The Family Bed – Kellymom.com

Co-sleeping as a window into Swedish culture: considerations of gender and health care. – Pubmed.gov


Lower your baby's risk of stress disorders, SID and more by Jennifer Cobrun courtesy of The Compleat Mother

Co-Sleeping vs. Crib Fact & SIDS; Statistic Sheet TheBabyBond.com

Relationship between bed sharing and breastfeeding: Longitudinal, population-based analysis

1 comment:

  1. miri i have jsu t seen all this and don't know where to start - what would you recommend?