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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-20-2018, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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Is it ok if a 3 year-old toddler still sleeps in bed with the parents? I mean of course the couple's bed could sometimes be an intimate and sensual place, would that be ok if the toddler is sleeping there at the same time?
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I believe it is still normal.. There's nothing wrong with it.
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It's normal. Our kids also sleep with us.
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Is it ok if a 3 year-old toddler still sleeps in bed with the parents? I mean of course the couple's bed could sometimes be an intimate and sensual place, would that be ok if the toddler is sleeping there at the same time?
I wouldn't worry too much, he/she'll grow out of it soon enough.
If he/she's going to need a new bed soonish, you could use that as a reward – stick a star chart up on the wall, a whole week without climbing into your bed and you'll buy him/her a new one… (Or you could use new Marvel/Barbie/Winnie bedclothes as the reward, of course.)
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I think it would be fine to sleep with your toddler on the bed with your partner. But if you don't really spend a lot of romantic time with your partner, it won't help to have a baby with you on the bed. Although, if it could help you avoid bedtime battles with your toddler, I think it is worth the shot.
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Hello! I think this is a completely normal situation. Kids want to be closer to you
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Moving your dearest child to a toddler bed is a significant milestone. Unfortunately, toddlers are often temperamental and highly resistant to change. For this reason, getting them to leave the crib can be hard. Opting for themed beds can make things much easier. For instance, you might want to consider Ninja Turtles toddler beds
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