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It depends on how old your baby is and how comfortable you are sleeping separately from him. For the first couple of weeks, it's easier to keep your baby in the same room while you get used to his sleeping patterns, breathing noises, and hunger signals.
After that, consider keeping his crib in your bedroom for up to a year. Research shows that babies have a lower risk of SIDS when they sleep on their back, on a firm mattress, in the same room as their parents.
Though some parents are more comfortable moving their baby to his own room after a few months because they – and their baby – sleep better in separate bedrooms. If this arrangement works for you, use a monitor so you'll still be able to hear your baby.