... partner? I find it so difficult I think I've only slept in the same bed as my bf maybe 7 times in 2 years. Now I noticed my son has the same thing. Any help would be great
I know a couple that sleep in 'single' beds pushed together. There is more room to move about and if one of them is having a bad night/moving around a lot, then the other person isn't as affected because of having 2 seperate mattresses. You can still sleep under the same quilt if you get a Kingsize one. Something to consider?
Hi. Just wondering what you have been diagnosed with. Often there are medications to try. Since your son has this too, most congenital diseases are known and have methods of treatment. Be sure your boy is seen soon so that they may be able to prevent a life long problem. If this has been done, I am curious how you cope.
As for sleeping in same bed, a king size does work well. ,and it also depends on how hard your guy sleeps. I had this for a while and my husband never noticed. Does he complain or are you thinking this will bother him? Karen
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