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Should Twins or Triplets Sleep in the Same Room?

Should I set up separate rooms or put them in one?

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Should I set up separate rooms or put them in one?

The Bump Expert

In the hazy newborn days, it can make your life much easier if they’re sharing the same space, especially when you’re stumbling around for those frequent middle-of-the-night feedings. It also helps get them on the same schedule when you’re not schlepping from one room to the next. And your tots are likely comforted by each other’s presence. There’s plenty of time, if you have the space, to give them each their own room as they get bigger (and want some privacy).

Plus, more from The Bump:

Is It Safe for My Twins to Sleep in the Same Crib?

Getting Twins on a Schedule?

Helping Baby Sleep Better

the baby bump book Excerpted from The Baby Bump, Twins and Triplets Edition

Should Twins or Triplets Sleep in the Same Room?

My twin sons used to sleep in the same room even if they had their own rooms when one of them was afraid to sleep alone. They started to sleep separately after my son told me he won`t be afraid to stay and sleep alone in his room if I will install a door security bar. After I searched where to buy it, I got to the point that if you're looking for a patio door security bar you must consult first the sales person that will give tell you the exact size you need.

amyabel68 |

Should Twins or Triplets Sleep in the Same Room?

Usually twins love to sleep in the same room and their parents should encourage that because they get used to share certain things or clean the room together. After we moved in a bigger house the kids had separate rooms but still wanted to stay in the same room, the younger son accepted to move to his own room only after his father bought beautiful hand blown glass art products and placed them in his room.

dinacoci |