Hello! I read a lot on here about co-sleeping and nursing while sleeping. I really never thought that I would be comfortable bringing my baby into my bed, after all, they practically tell you your baby will suffocate if you do! Every book, handout, and advice giver when I was pregnant said that you should never bring your baby into your bed. But the last few nights have been terrible and I have been rethinking. My 4 mo old is either teething, or a growth spurt, or something is waking him up every hour or so in the night and he wants to nurse. So the first few nights I did what I always do, bring him out to a chair and nurse him, then bring him back to his bed (he sleeps in our room in a bassinet next to our bed). But last night he didn't even want to be put back in his bed. After many tries, I just decided I would try to nurse him in our bed. I had tried the side-lying position before, but found it very awkward and uncomfortable. I tried it again last night and he was happy, but I didn't sleep a wink! I don't know why the position didn't seem right, he had a really shallow latch. He didn't want to go back to his bed and wanted to stay latched for hours. I was so uncomfortable and was so afraid to fall asleep. Finally I got him to unlatch and sleep next to me, but I was so scared he would get trapped under the covers, or whatever else they tell you might happen. I would love to be able to nurse him in bed instead of having to go out into the living room, but it was so uncomfortable. What am I doing wrong? Are there any better ways to nurse lying down? And how can I safely co-sleep if I want to try it? Thanks!! Not sure if that's what I want to do, but it did seem to help him last night!