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Should Kids Be Allowed To Sleep In Bed With Their Parents?

  • No. Bedtime is when parents get to make fun of all the stupid things their child said that day.
  • Yes, but not past age 25.
  • Absolutely not. Kids should cry themselves to sleep each night, same as me.
  • Sure. It seems slightly less weird than other recent parenting trends.
  • Okay, but only if they all sleep in descending order of height.
  • Yes!
  • No; otherwise those kids would never grow out of being the little spoon.
  • Definitely. I’m not going to wait until morning to be kicked in the face.

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