Z asleep in between my legs. The vibrating bassinet was out of batteries, and he won't sleep in in it without the vibration on. He needs to fall asleep being held by a human, and only then can we put him down and only with the vibration on. So I figured the vibrations were just fake mommy, and he got to sleep on real mommy that night. This position also made it more convenient for me to obsessively check his breathing all night long. Jeff and I both do this--it's true that it sounds like a stereotype, until you become a parent and just cannot help checking all the time.