More U.S. parents than ever are sharing a bed with their children.
Today's New York Times reports that 13 percent of parents co-sleep with their infants. Once
those infants become toddlers, that figure skyrockets. And many parents
are "closet co-sleepers" who do it but won't admit their little secret.
The cons of co-sleeping are many: less restful sleep for both you and
your child, plus more stress and of course, even less sex. We here at
ML treasure our Zs too much to co-sleep on a regular basis, but most of
us confess to doing it from time to time. And we're not gonna lose any
sleep over that.
MOM CONFESSION: "I'd rather sleep with my kids than my husband!"