25 Secrets Moms Who Co-Sleep Want To You To Understand
We’re pretty protective of them
When you become a mother, you develop a sixth sense that is sort of like a new mom superpower. You always keep one eye and ear open, even if prior to having your child you could have slept through an earthquake. When they get old enough to move and roll in their sleep, you always keep your arm around them so that they don’t move too far. You also humbly take your space at the end of the bed so that they can’t go anywhere close to there. At least it’s better than the days you were waking up constantly to check on them in their crib.