25 Secrets Moms Who Co-Sleep Want To You To Understand
Your child benefits from co-sleeping
Even though babies cannot talk, they can express their preference to sleep near their parents. Babies have a keen sense of smell. They can recognize their mother’s scent from birth. They can also instantly smell the difference between mom or dad’s arms and the fresh linen in their crib. And when they wake up in their crib instead of between their mom and dad, chaos ensues. Co-sleeping does not only help Mom and Dad get a better night sleep. It helps the baby to sleep longer through the night as well. It also helps them to bond with the people who they love most.