Some families have temporarily used the "musical beds" solution when they've had a new baby. It might work for your partner and daughter to sleep together in one room and you and the baby in another until your daughter adjusts to having a new little person in the house. Some families sleep on a large futon on the floor rather than a bed that tends to make more noises. Another possible solution is having white noise in the room, like a fan or soft music, so the baby noises aren't so obvious. If none of these ideas help, make sure that you give your daughter a sleep routine that allows for a good nap in the afternoon—darken the bedroom and perhaps listen to soft music. Hopefully, all three of you can have a good rest.