Hmmmm, Its sounds like you live at my house. We have Brooklyn in his cot in our room, right next to our bed ( on my side of course tongue ) blocking entry to the ensuite. We have had to move all our toiletries into the guest bathroom, and have to use the second toilet for the dreaded midnight pee. Between DF snoring and my little one rolling around bumping his head on the cot bars I am still getting broken sleep.
I am desperate to move him into his own room, he is 7 months old. I think the earlier you do it the easier it would be, I have been trying to spend sometime in HIS room lately so that he gets use to the surroundings. After his bath I take him in there and change him there so he can look around and familiarise himself, and before I put him to bed I walk into his room, in the dim light and just cuddle there for a couple of minutes, so that he can relate bed time to his room. I dont know if any of this is going to work, but I want my room back!! Cant tip toe, or silent roll in bed anymore aaarrrrrrhhh!!!
Let me know how you go smile .