We're traveling for my job right now, and we stay in an apartment with a very high full-size bed (at home, we have a california king mattress on the floor). Sometimes dad sleeps on the couch because the bed gets cramped. Usually, we put pillows on either side of kiddo (16 months) so that she can't roll off in her sleep, but last night, when I woke up to switch sides to nurse, I thought he'd taken the extra pillow with him. I figured she hadn't fallen off in the many other nights we'd spent there, so it was ok. But, no. She fell right off an hour or so after we'd nursed back to sleep. And there is a nightstand right by where she fell - I don't know if she hit it or not.
I was so worried. I waited til she woke up to go to work. She woke up her usual energetic self, babbling away, running, dancing, playing. So I guess she's just fine!
Anyways, just wanted to share because it was so scary! When we came here, they were telling us where we could rent cribs and things, but we don't use a crib. I wish the rest of the world were cosleeping-friendly...
(I know the majority of the world is cosleeping-friendly, but I couldn't find a better euphemism to express my wish)