My daughter is almost 13 weeks. And I still have her in our room. Its causing issues with my husband and I sex life. We have had sex like four times since we have had her. My husband can't get in the mood knowing that she is sleeping just a few feet away. I'm not ready for her to be in another room. She still gets up in the middle of the night.
And I told myself that she was gonna stay in our room till she slept though the night. I just don't no what to do. It freaks me out for her to be away in another room at night. I still have to check to awe if she is breathing at night cause I'm so paranoid.
Just don't no. He s not much of a TV person he is mainly outside all the time we live in the country so I no I would be able to plz him outside. But I would be thinking of the baby in the house the whole time
So no fun for me.
My daughter is still sleeping in our room. I also get paranoid during the night and put my hand on her chest to make sure she is breathing. I am in no rush to send her tp her room yet. We are intimate when baby falls asleep and right before we take her to the room.
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