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Co-sleeping with a child actually means no sleeping

But the truth is that there is very little actual sleeping involved in co-sleeping - especially for the adults. PHOTO: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE - Co-sleeping is a big, fat lie.

By its very definition, the concept of co-sleeping refers to a nocturnal scenario where parents spend their slumbering hours with their young child on the same bed, in a state of restful bliss.

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