Co-sleeping may be increasing due to cultural forces and attachment, says Moran
Professor Tracy Moran was interviewed by Chicagotalks about co-sleeping, the practice of parents sharing a bed or room with their baby.
[img_caption link=”/about/directory/tracy-moran/” align=”right” caption=”Professor Tracy Moran” alt=”Professor Tracy Moran”]The article describes how some government and advocacy groups are pushing for safe sleeping practices including limiting or eliminating placing babies in the same bed as adults.
According to Moran, research suggests that co-sleeping is becoming more common among American parents. Possible reasons for this include cultural forces and parents being attuned to attachment.