cosleep

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cosleep

Of a parent, to sleep in the same bed or room as one or more of their small or infant children. We're going to try cosleeping once the baby is born.
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The patient now co-sleeps with his parents so that Carol can observe him and tend to him if needed.
The benefits of co-sleeping (self-evident to any nursing mother who co-sleeps) have been studied; these benefits include an increase in the frequency of breast-feeding, presumably increasing the likelihood of successful and continued breast-feeding.
The Lane County Child Fatality Review Team has made the recommendation that parents not co-sleep with their infants.