I'm thinking about this one. One thing I like is the storage at the bottom, and the wheels to move it around the house. But I haven't taken the time to research co-sleepers, so I don't know what to look for, really. In terms of having the baby "in" the bed with me, but no danger of rolling over on him, hitting him, my blankets suffocating him, etc.
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Answer by tabbykat6802 at 7:11 AM on Jun. 20, 2010
We just had DD in bed with us, with this next one we will be side-carring the crib between our bed and the wall because of some health problems DH is having. This is a good explanation of how one family did it: http://www.freewebs.com/sidecarcrib/index.htm Saves you money on a side-sleeping bassinett that you will only use for a few months, and when the baby is ready to sleep on their own all you have to do is put the front rails on the crib.
Answer by preacherskid at 8:49 AM on Jun. 20, 2010
If you are breastfeeding it is safe to have baby in bed with you. Check out the info/guidelines at Should I sleep with my baby?
I have slept with all of my babies but always liked having a co-sleeper or "Side car" crib so that I could move baby onto their own "space" some times, but still be able to reach over and pull them in bed to nurse. We have a mini co-sleeper similar to the one you show, and used it for the first 6 months with baby #3, them moved her to a side car crib.
Answer by maggiemom2000 at 2:33 PM on Jun. 20, 2010
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