When should babies sleep in their own rooms?

Babies age 6 months and older sleep longer when in their own bedroom, study suggests

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BAD ROOMMATE  By suggesting that babies age 6 months and older may sleep longer when in their own bedrooms, a new study provides ammunition to parents who want their room back to themselves after the first six months.

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