I never thought I'd say it but I'm feeling really sad about moving DD out of our room and into her own (in the early days, with all the grunts, groans and snuffles I couldn't wait to get her out of our room but I have somehow grown accustomed to her noises in the last 6 months.) So I am tempted not to move her out for a while longer... My reasons for keeping her in our room are purely selfish, DH and I both like having her in there but on the other hand we don't want her in with us forever (would be weird to say the least when we hit the teenage years ) - but what's in the best interests of the baby at this point? Is it going to be more disruptive to move her out when she's older?
How old is your dd? If you both like having her in your bedroom then I don't think there's any hurry to move her out. With ds2 I started off by breastfeeding him in his own bed at bedtime and letting him come into our bed if he woke up in the middle of the night, so he didn't feel pushed out. This was at about 18 months so he could happily move between rooms under his own steam.
Kids are so different though. I had had a figure of 6 months in my head for ds2 but because he had severe reflux and breastfed frequently at night it would have been horrible for everyone if I'd tried to keep him in his own room (and I'd have had even less sleep than I had anyway). I also tried to stop nighttime feeds at 14 months (very gently, using ideas from the No Cry Sleep Solution) but this was clearly the wrong time. Based on my experience with ds2 I'm planning to move ds3 at about 18 months but I'll just have to see how he takes it.
Thanks. She's 6 1/2 months at the moment, we figured she would move out into the nursery at 6mo, but I guess if moving her out later isn't going to cause any more problems down the line we can play it by ear. It does make night feeds easier too...