Not true at all!t3359 wrote: ↑Jan 22nd, 2017 1:21 pmA lot of good advice. Looking back, I would suggest:
- get some help in the first few days - they are the most exhausting, especially with feeding every hour
- see a lactation consultant - we saw one three times before we figured everything out
- start sleep training early, like at 4mos
- NEVER start co-sleeping - it'll be a habit that will be difficult for the baby to break
We used the Arms Reach co-sleeper for all three of our kids. The whole point of the co sleeping is that you are right there to provide contact for the baby/infant. This means less likely to reach hysterics, you can feed without having to make a production of it. I do believe that both you and the kid get better sleep.