shazzam1452 wrote: my youngest child; who suffered from a sleep disorder. She sometimes forgot to breathe when she was asleep!
shazzam1452 wrote: I really don't agree that it is a bonding experience. You should be bonding with your children during the day by being involved with their play, education, sports etc. Sleep-time is just THAT!
danyet wrote: LennyeTranis exactly right about this. Many cultures including traditional American Indians do this. (I mean before the white man came along) I think that it is just residue of stuffy victorian values that make a lot of westerners uncomfortable about this.
danyet wrote:LennyeTranis exactly right about this. Many cultures including traditional American Indians do this. (I mean before the white man came along) I think that it is just residue of stuffy victorian values that make a lot of westerners uncomfortable about this.
shazzam1452 wrote: I think it comes down to your lifestyle. I am a stay at home mother. I left my career after the birth of my second child. As I witnessed the deterioration of my first childs development in daycare situations. I have always committed myself to the day to day care of my children. I'm not saying that all mother's should do the same. I just don't understand the benefit of SLEEPING with your children. I mean think about it you are asleep...What is happening?
shazzam1452 wrote: In my opinion quality time is heaps better than quantity of time anyway. There is actually more medical evidence supporting not sleeping in the same bed with your children than for it in Australia.
shazzam1452 wrote: I believe every person has a right to do what the and the children feel comfortable with. I don't have a problem at all with parents that chose to share their bed with their children; to whatever age they want really. Age limits don't need to apply.
shazzam1452 wrote:Some parents do let their children sleep with them though; then they want them to stop and that is when their difficulties start.
danyet wrote: If doctors were to always be believed why don't they warn against a much worse problem: Sending your kids to Day Care! This is where the real damage to a child is done.
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