Sunday, November 19, 2006


As first time parents, wifey and i are learning on the job, as regards to raising a child. Somewhere along the way it seems we've allowed Jr to determine the 'rules of engagement'. A few weeks ago, after a couple of sleepless nights in his moses basket, we sort of gave in and allowed him to sleep in our bed.
He has not left since then..

What's that saying 'two's a company, three's a crowd'. I love my boy but he is gradually turning into a 'passion killer'. So I've been devising some crafty ways of getting him out of our bed, then i stumbled on this article from the times -
ONE of Britain’s leading experts on children’s
mental health has advised parents to reject years of convention and allow
children to sleep in bed with them until the age of five.
Margot Sunderland, director of education at the
Centre for Child Mental Health in London, says the practice, known as
“co-sleeping”, makes children more likely to grow up as calm, healthy
forget ooo, there's no way i'm allowing him sleep in our bed till he is five.
Ok maybe for a few more weeks, better to sacrifice now than have to pay for therapy later, abi wetin man go do ?