This is your cosleeping one-stop shop! Here you'll learn how to bedshare safely and comfortably. You're gonna figure out all the logistics. And your confidence will grow by the night.
I'm right here in the trenches with you, and you're no longer doing this alone. I'm so glad you're here!
I'm talkin' about you walking into your bedroom tonight with a dang smile on your face because you cannot wait to fall asleep beside your baby. You'll have no doubt that they will be safe and happy all night long, and that this is 100% the right decision for your family.
here's what i've got for you:
You don’t have time to read all the books. (And how could you possibly even hold a book right now, with that baby on you?!) Spend your next contact nap scrolling one of my quick how-to guides instead.
Want to sit down with me and talk about all this? Book a virtual safe cosleeping consultation with me to examine your setup to make sure it's safe and working for everybody in the family.
Binge scientifically-backed advice on safe cosleeping from the experts, plus thoughtfully-curated recommendations from me to help you live your best cosleeping life!
“I knew I wanted to bedshare, but I was afraid. Tiffany’s guidance, expert knowledge, and caring heart were the key pieces we needed to follow our intuition.”
aisha K., florida
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I created Cosleepy to make safe bedsharing information easily-accessible for the exhausted parent frantically Googling at 3 a.m.
I wanted to create content about the nitty-gritty, practical aspects of being a modern parent with a baby in your bed... The beauty, challenges, and intricacies of safe bedsharing.
how to bedshare irl
Have you been skipping dinner because you’ve been going to bed with baby at 6pm? I knew it. There is a better way! Let me walk you through your evening tonight and show you how to make this new bedsharing lifestyle easy and enjoyable for everybody in the fam.
Get answers to all the questions about cuddle curl comfort, safety, and logistics that will pop up over baby's first year.
Snag this free compilation of safety checklists from the experts! Keep it saved on your phone for quick reference.
Scroll the best cosleeping-related products I’ve found so far. I’m talkin’ mattresses, bed rails, bedding, and so much more!
I offer parents practical, research-backed advice on safe bedsharing and room-sharing. And I'm dedicated to making more of this challenging season of life. Making it more bearable, more beautiful, more fun.
I know firsthand that this season of life can feel so lonely (especially at 3 a.m. as you stare at the wall in yet another nursing sesh).
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Tracy Gillett, founder of Raised Good, asserts that social sleep is the norm for mammals like us. She shares how our biology put her on the “natural” path as a new mum. Listen to our conversation on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. I consider myself incredibly lucky to have gotten to know Tracy Gillett this year. She’s […]
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When it’s time to transition your toddler out of your bed and into their own, choose a floor bed frame with rails. You won’t have to worry about them rolling off or getting trapped in a gap.
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