Let’s Be Real, Co-Sleeping Doesn’t Have To Interfere With Intimacy

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Set boundaries with your babies.

My daughter is turning five this year and any time she notices I have left the room, she comes boot stomping to the bathroom door pleading, “I want to be in there with you.” At this point she’s old enough to understand everyone’s need for privacy and even attempt some manipulation to get her way. If your child is old enough to request crunchy peanut butter over creamy, they’re old enough to sit down for a conversation about boundaries and the need for personal space.

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