Is sleeping a group activity? How to get kids back in their own beds

Do you end up with a pile of kids in your bed in the morning? An expert says that behavior is becoming more common -- and he has some tips to ease the kids back to their own beds. (Thinkstock)
Switch beds: From your's to their's

Randi Martin | November 15, 2014 1:13 am

WASHINGTON – Sleep is a precious commodity for busy parents, but it’s hard to get zzzs when the kids start jumping in bed with you.

Dr. Harvey Karp, pediatrician, professor and author of “Happiest Baby on the Block,” says kids sleeping with parents is a trend that is becoming more common.

“As parents are overworked and moving in so many different directions, they feel a little guilty and don’t want to say


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