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    Where does your baby sleep?
    acbernard posted:

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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    He sleeps in his toddler bed (it was a crib but converted to toddler bed). He wouldn't sleep in his crib more than a few hours at night. I had to sleep with him on the floor for months after he grew out of the newborn rock n play sleeper thing. But after he turned like 13months or so I converted his bed to a toddler bed and put pillows below the bed (he fell out a few times). But he has actually slept a ton better and I can now sleep in my bed too. He stays in bed to (unless he falls out, there is a blanket on the floor and a small pillow so sometimes he will just stay laying on the floor or he will crawl back up onto the bed and go back to sleep).

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