We are looking for work discussing the family bed, cribs and cradles, sharing beds with children, kids who share bedrooms, travel sleep stories involving cars or camping, bunking home or away, co-sleeping, sick beds, Grandpa’s favorite sleeping chair, bedrooms of the deceased, favorite napping places in the household, memories of quilts or pillows, household quarantines and sleep, porch hammocks, childhood sleep terrors, family sleepwalkers, homeless families and sleeping arrangements, marriage pillows and linens, pregnant mothers and sleep, etc.
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