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#1 of 2 Old 04-06-2003, 11:35 AM - Thread Starter
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warning to sensitive moms: there are some harsh words about SIDS deaths from the anti-cosleeping "expert" in the article, however this presents both pro- and against-cosleeping views

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that was an interesting article, not as negative as some I've seen.

I don't know if I understand the whole African-American twist though? What were they trying to say really?

Anyway, I of course disagree with anyone who says co-sleeping or bed-sharing is more dangerous than cribs. But the article did talk alot about the emotional benefits.

It also said that AP was "emotional" parenting....what's wrong with that???????:
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