I'm looking for some advice from moms and pops who cosleep yet still experience Really Bad Sleep for everyone involved. DD will be one in a couple of weeks. I'm without DH three nights of the week, and we have a 4 yr DS, so we've always started the night with DD: BF, rock, set in her crib. She had been sleeping for a few hours there at the start of the night, which was great. I could get DS tucked in without leaving DD alone in our bed (from where she has fallen twice now). She'd wake three hours later or so, and I'd bring her into our bed for the rest of the night. For the past few months, that window of evening sleep has narrowed to 20 minutes. Then 30 minutes to resettle her. Then waking every hour. For the past few weeks, I cannot even set her down without her waking. Then poor DS is losing out on tuck in time. I realize we could be in the midst of sleep regression/teething/cold season/separation anxiety/sleep pattern shift/some other cause that we will never uncover, so I'm simply hoping to ride this out. The choices we seem to have deal with the logistics. Do we: A. sleep together in a safe place like her floor? B. Push for crib sleep at the start of the night (a la Pantley or something moderately gentle) C. Keep doing what we're doing until she possibly goes back to a sane routine. Thanks in advance for your consideration/commiseration!