My husband and I have been co-sleeping with our daughter from the start, but have recently run into problems as she gets more mobile. She's been rolling for several weeks already, but just today figured out how to roll more than once in the same direction (rather than back and forth). And, of course, she rolled right out of bed when we stepped out of the room during naptime. (She's fine, but damn if that wasn't scary!)
How does one continue to co-sleep when the little ones start moving and climbing and whatnot? How do you prevent them from toppling out of bed and onto the hard wood floors? (We have the bed directly on the floor, with no frame, to minimize the potential fall.)
We rigged a side bumper by stuffing a rolled up blanket under the fitted sheet along the edge of the bed, but this is only so good and I don't fully trust it. We've also started using meditation cushions as sleep positioners, of sorts. She can't roll OVER them, they're too heavy for her to move, and they keep her from rolling onto her belly and waking up crying. But this is kind of annoying as the pillows get in OUR way.
Any advice for a newbie to co-sleeping with a rolling & moving baby?