[protected-iframe id=”f6804a68073fced413a41fa9551536d8-28572381-39862656″ info=”http://abcnews.go.com/video/embed?id=34465547″ width=”640″ height=”360″ style=”border:none;” scrolling=”no”]
PLANO, Texas — A family in Texas is getting attention for the way it sleeps at night — with seven people in one bed.
ABC News reports that parents Tom and Elizabeth Boyce believe in ‘co-sleeping’ with five of their children, ages 1 to 11.
They bought two beds and turned them into one. They say they hung curtains and lighting so each child has “some space of their own” in the giant bed.
The family often travels together, sleeping in a camper or the same hotel rooms. So they started co-sleeping at home, too, to eliminate the fighting and crying that happened each night at bedtime.
The family says they all sleep better than ever.