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Gosh, that's tough...the only thing I can think of is to get some sort of headphones set up with the TV for your husband and position everyone so the baby is shielded from most of the light from the TV.
How does your son deal with being moved after he falls asleep? Could you two settle in somewhere else for awhile and then move to the bed after the TV's off?
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