I figure it's the least I can do to make them feel safe. My daughter (the 4yo), now says she's scared every time she's in her bed at night and I want to honor her feelings and trust that she really is scared, but I know she's not. She just wants to sleep with us. No biggie, I'm ok with it. And my son is a snuggle junkie so he wants to be in on the action.
My question is this. How the heck am I supposed to sleep? Neither of them will sleep parallel with me and my husband. There's always a toe in my ear or my back or hubby's back, or I wake up to my son petting my face. Melts my heart, but I am SO tired, and being pregnant doesn't help that at all. Are there ways to get them to sleep in one spot? (HA!)
My theory is that if we just ride it out and meet the needs, eventually they will sleep in their bed again. Is it unrealistic to hope that they'll be ok with it by the time the baby comes?