When it comes to co-sleeping, parents are being treated like idiots

Public health officials are underestimating our intelligence

Public health officials are underestimating our intelligence

When it comes to parenting, I think the public health message has failed - especially in regards to co-sleeping.

The overwhelming message that parents in Australia get about co-sleeping is that it’s dangerous.

We get that message from our public health providers- whether it’s lactation consultants, midwives or area health nurses. And yet, according to Red Nose, 90 percent of parents will have a baby in bed with them in the first six months.

You can read the full article at Kinderling Kids Radio