I have a hard time transitioning them to their own rooms because I love the convenience of hearing their rhythmic breathes in the middle of the night and I love the sense of security of having them within arms reach. I also really dislike relying on the monitor because I'm terrified I won't hear their cries in the middle of the night and every little unfamiliar crackle or pop from the speaker sends me rushing down the hall way like Miss Clavel uttering, "Something is NOT right!"
Brigid, however, is a very light sleeper and it became very clear that she was in need of her own, quiet space. I'm sure it was long over due and every overly opinionated critic probably has a few eye rolls for my methods, but like every mom, I'm just trying to do whats right for our family.
Now that I'm done dwelling on the mysteries of sleep arrangements, I can move on to over analyzing the next stages we shall soon enter ;).