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Are there any specific guidelines or recommendations for co-sleeping with twins or multiples?

Hi everyone,

I am a new mom to twins and I am considering co-sleeping as a sleeping arrangement. However, I am worried about the safety of co-sleeping with multiples. I have heard that there are specific guidelines or recommendations for co-sleeping with twins or multiples, but I'm not sure what they are.

Has anyone here co-slept with their twins or multiples? Are there any particular safety concerns or recommendations that I should be aware of? I want to make sure that I am providing the best and safest sleep environment for my babies. Any insights or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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Hi everyone,

I also co-sleep with my twins, but I took a different approach. We chose to use a floor bed that was large enough to accommodate all of us. I found this to be the best option for us as I didn't feel comfortable with the idea of having two separate co-sleepers or cribs in the same room.

What's important is creating a safe sleep environment regardless of what method you choose. For floor bed co-sleeping, we ensured we had a firm mattress, no fluffy blankets or pillows, and the room temperature wasn't too warm to prevent overheating.

Another tip I would share is that safe co-sleeping is more about the caregiver than the location. That means parents need to take necessary precautions like not using drugs, medication or alcohol that make them too sleepy or drowsy to react normally.

Lastly, keep in mind that what works for one family may not work for another. You should do your own research, talk to your healthcare provider before making the decision on co-sleeping with your twins, and never compromise on your babies' safety.

I hope that helps!


Hello everyone,

I have 6-month-old triplets, and we have chosen to co-sleep with them since the day they were born. Initially, I was a bit worried whether it would be safe for three babies to sleep in our bed, but it has actually worked out very well for us.

One thing that we did was to invest in a king-size bed to give us all enough space to sleep comfortably. We also placed each of the babies in a separate sleep sack to prevent them from rolling on top of each other. Additionally, we made sure that the room was well-ventilated and not too warm to prevent overheating.

Co-sleeping with triplets has helped us create a strong bond with them, and it has also made night-time feedings and diaper changes much easier. Since they are right next to us, we can quickly attend to any needs without having to leave the room.

Of course, every family's situation is unique, and what works for one may not work for another. If you are considering co-sleeping with twins or multiples, make sure to do your research and talk to your healthcare provider to see if it is the right choice for your family.

Overall, I believe that co-sleeping with multiples can be a wonderful experience if done safely and with proper planning. It has been a game-changer for us and has helped us create a strong bond with our babies.


Hi there,

I've been co-sleeping with my twin girls since they were born and it has been a great experience for our family. The key to co-sleeping with multiples safely is to follow the same guidelines as you would with a single baby, but with a few extra precautions.

First, make sure that each baby has their own sleep space, such as a co-sleeper bassinet or separate crib. This helps to prevent accidental suffocation or overheating. Additionally, try to position the babies so that they are not directly next to each other, in case one rolls over onto the other.

Another important consideration is to make sure that you and your partner are getting enough restful sleep. With twins, it can be challenging to get enough sleep, but it's essential for your own health and wellbeing. Consider taking turns with feedings and diaper changes so that one parent can get some uninterrupted sleep while the other tends to the babies.

Overall, co-sleeping with twins can be a wonderful bonding experience, but it's important to prioritize safety for both yourself and your babies. Don't hesitate to reach out to a healthcare provider for guidance or support if you're unsure about anything. Best of luck to you!


Hi everyone,

I co-slept with my twin boys for the first few months after they were born but eventually had to transition them to their own cribs. While co-sleeping was a wonderful bonding experience, it was taking a toll on my own sleep and I wasn't getting the rest I needed to be a functional parent.

One thing that worked well for me was to establish a bedtime routine, such as a bath, story time, or snuggles, that helped signal to my babies that it was time for sleep. I also found that alternating between who slept in their own crib or who co-slept with me and my partner helped with our own sleep schedules.

Another important consideration is to keep everything simple and clear of any potential hazards. Don't have too many pillows or blankets around the babies, and make sure that any cords or strings are tucked away to minimize risks for strangulation or entanglement.

Ultimately, there is no right or wrong approach to sleep arrangements when it comes to raising twins. Co-sleeping can be a wonderful experience, but it's important to prioritize safety and make sure everyone - including you, the caregiver - is getting enough sleep. It's about finding a balance that works for your family.


Hi everyone,

I co-slept with my twins for a brief period, but I found that it just didn't work for our family. My husband and I were constantly worried about rolling over onto the babies and we were also having trouble getting any sleep with them in the room. It just wasn't sustainable for us.

Instead, we opted for separate cribs in the same room. This allowed us to keep a close eye on the babies while also giving us our own space to sleep. It took some adjusting at first, but we eventually found our rhythm and it worked out well for all of us.

One thing that we found helpful was to keep the cribs close to our bed so that we could quickly tend to any needs without having to leave the room. We also made sure to follow safe sleep guidelines, such as using a firm mattress, keeping the temperature comfortable, and keeping any loose items like blankets and pillows away from the babies.

In the end, it's all about finding what works best for you and your family. Co-sleeping may be right for some, while others may prefer separate sleeping arrangements. The most important thing is making sure everyone is safe, comfortable, and getting the sleep they need.

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