Yep, I put them down together, well at least when Dylan goes to sleep at a reasonable time (sometimes he stays up until we go to bed ). I put a pillow between them so they won't roll into each other, and just run in there if one wakes up and starts crying. Usually, the other one is sleeping deeply and won't wake up. We have a crib sidecarred to a king-sized bed, so there is plenty of room, and I try to lay them as far away from each other as possible.
Thanks. We have a queen mattress beside a twin so I can definitely keep them well separated with pillows in between. My fear is just of them waking each other up like they often do at night. I generally sleep on my side facing Abram, and I swear he wakes up every time I roll over to nurse Sol. I was doing okay with the tandem-night-nursing for a while but it's starting to catch up with me.
And I hear you, Sol was up until 11:00 last night and we were both falling asleep on the couch while he watched Sesame Street
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