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“Co-Sleeper” – The Bed of Tomorrow

In general, the newborn should sleep alone, in his/her parents’ room, but in his own little crib. A new born doesn’t move around very much, especially in the first four months of life, so the risk of suffocating in the parents bed because of the big blanket or the pillow is high. Also, in case the baby is sleeping in the parents bed, there is the risk of being hit at night, which can lead to negative consequences. The “Co-Sleeper“ Crib is a special creation that allows the child to sleep comfortably and safely next to his parents.

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The crib attaches to the parents bed with adjustable straps and can be set to different heights depending on the type of the bed. It is portable, you can folded it and easily take it with you wherever you travel, so the baby can feel at home and sleep well. You can fold or unfold the crib in less that 2 minutes. All contact surfaces are very smooth.
  The crib is equipped with a sheet that the baby can not pull over the face, has Velcro attachments and both of the sides where the baby presses his little nose are made of perforated material.

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  3. RuthAnn says:

    I like the idea, but wonder about the danger of the baby becoming stuck between the two beds. Is there something that can prevent this from happening?

    • andytm07 says:

      I can assure you that the baby won’t fall between the beds, we know from our own experience. You can also put a very thick blanket between the beds

    • Alison says:

      With the Arms Reach Co-sleeper there are two straps that buckle to the baby bed frame and are run between the parents’ box spring and mattress. These straps are fastened to a rectangular plate that is pulled out from between the mattress

    • Alison says:

      With the Arms Reach Co-sleeper there are two straps that buckle to the baby bed frame and are run between the parents’ box spring and mattress. These straps are fastened to a rectangular plate that is pulled out from the mattress and placed flush against the side. The straps are then cinched tight to eliminate any gaps between the co-sleeper and the big bed. Absolutely, no way for baby to get stuck or fall out!

  4. Herman says:

    This is about the red baby crib at the top. Where to you purchase this bed.

  5. Kristina says:

    Although i do not have a baby now I’ll be sure to keep this in mind for the future!!! Such a smart idea

  6. Brittany says:

    Where do I get the white one in the very last picture with the storage under it? And as weird as this may sound, do you know where the bed is from as well?

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