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hi there...... want to ask about the infant seperating room's from their parent's in the state's. im just worried about it coz they said that the baby in the states will goin to sepearate to their parent's room even they still a baby. i dont know if i can take it coz i been sleeping with my baby until now he is 10 months old already while were still here in the philippines waiting for our paperworks to be done soon. by God's grace. has any one here did that and did u allowed it your baby to stay and sleep alone? any comments about this coz i dont know if i can do it! :(


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It's totally up to the parents and the child, and also how much room you have. Most friends my own age (I am 36) have the baby sleep in their room for 8 months to a year, then move to their own room, but they get the room ready in the beginning and have baby take naps in there, or sleep in there when the parents are still up, or want to have "fun bedroom time". Many, like me, also co-sleep with the baby in the same bed for the beginning, especially if breastfeeding.


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It's totally up to the parents and the child, and also how much room you have. Most friends my own age (I am 36) have the baby sleep in their room for 8 months to a year, then move to their own room, but they get the room ready in the beginning and have baby take naps in there, or sleep in there when the parents are still up, or want to have "fun bedroom time". Many, like me, also co-sleep with the baby in the same bed for the beginning, especially if breastfeeding.

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thank's for your reply now i knew it, coz for me i will not goin to do that coz he still a baby.. and i dont breastfeed he is bottle feeding. thank's again :)


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hi!

thank's for your reply now i knew it, coz for me i will not goin to do that coz he still a baby.. and i dont breastfeed he is bottle feeding. thank's again :)

As a parent, you have the right to make such decisions, but I would suggest you keep the options open. There are advantages and disadvantages to both keeping your child in the same room, and in having a separate room.

You should research, discuss with your pediatrician in the US, and discuss with the other parent. The psychological consequences are substantial, and you should learn about these consequences.

This is one of many cultural differences that are common when marrying a foreigner. Try to not allow your cultural bias sway you---look at the pros and cons objectively. Read some books and studies.

I slept separately from my parents from a few months old--however I am not biased with either choice; it is parents responsibility and choice to use their judgement.


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who told you about this "requirement" that your baby needs to stay in a separate room even if you don't want to?

and who do you think will enforce this "requirement"? the baby police?

common sense naman diyan. :no:


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We left ours in our room until about a year old. If you have room for a crib in our bedroom you could keep it there longer. Ours outgrew the bassinet which is why we moved her to her bedroom. If you are worried about being separated get some of those intercoms so you can hear everything in the babies room.


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who told you about this "requirement" that your baby needs to stay in a separate room even if you don't want to?

and who do you think will enforce this "requirement"? the baby police?

common sense naman diyan. :no:

to andresbonifacio!

i never said that it is a requirement in the states! it was just said to me! and im asking here if anyone here allowed it to let their babies sleep alone on their respected room even they were still a babies or infant thats what im asking here! and im also asking here some idea's to those parent's about this! thank's anyway!!!!!!!!!!


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We left ours in our room until about a year old. If you have room for a crib in our bedroom you could keep it there longer. Ours outgrew the bassinet which is why we moved her to her bedroom. If you are worried about being separated get some of those intercoms so you can hear everything in the babies room.

to atencio,

thank you for the advice it sound's good to me and you give me an idea what to do when we get there. maybe i will just put also a cctv on his room and an intercoms so we will hear and see him even he was on his own room. thank you for the comments :)GodBless u alway's


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