If you’re a parent, it’s hard to imagine you’d want to book your own room.
But it’s even harder to find a room for your baby in the dormitories.
A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that babies were more likely to be staying in a room that was shared with someone other than the baby’s parents than with their parents or their sibling, which may be why some parents have been reluctant to book room-sharing with their newborns.
“When parents are reluctant to share a room with their infants, it has a significant impact on the stability of the relationship between the infant and the parent,” the report said.
As a result, many parents who book room sharing have also been reluctant in the past to share their own rooms with their babies.
For example, one study found that parents of babies in the preschool and kindergarten age groups who shared a room tended to report feeling less secure in the future with their infant, and also reported feeling less comfortable around their baby.
That’s why, for some parents, room sharing with their kids is a luxury, a perk they can take advantage of to ensure the baby gets the most care possible, according to an article on parenting site The New Parenting.
But the CDC’s report also showed that when babies aren’t in a bed with their mom, they are in a crib, a small room with a crib or a bed that is often placed under a desk.
This is where a lot of parents may feel that they’re letting their babies down by not giving them the room they deserve, said Kristin Anderson, a psychologist at New York University.
The research shows that, in fact, a lack of trust in a parent can be a big problem for babies.
A study by University of Texas researchers found that children who trusted their parents in the bedroom had less negative emotions about the relationship and more positive emotions about their parents than their peers who did not trust their parents.
And that can also be an issue for grandparents, who are sometimes more worried about how their baby is doing than they are about how they are living with their own child, said Anderson.
In addition, a study by Harvard researchers found parents who did the right thing when it came to letting their kids sleep in their own room had more children with behavioral problems by the time they were old enough to care for them.
So, it may be a good idea to consider giving your baby a room in which you can trust your parents and be confident that you’ll be able to care and nurture him, said Dr. Amanda Nye, a professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and an author of the report.
While some of the studies cited by the CDC were from adults, others found that infantile sleep was linked to a host of health problems, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders and behavioral issues in older adults.
Parents should always check with their pediatrician first to make sure there are no concerns about bedsharing with infants.
And if you think you may be putting your child at risk, talk to a pediatrician for further information, Anderson said.