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mstrauss mstrauss 6 years
Here's a new challenge for you: what if your new baby will ONLY sleep on you and not on any pillows or in cribs, etc? My son would only sleep on myself and my husband for his first few months. Otherwise, he would sleep on his stomach, which has it's own issues...
joannakm joannakm 6 years
we use the arm's reach mini co-sleeper and love it! it's safe, great for nightime feedings and fits in our small room. i love to have my baby so close without worrying about our bed being safe enough for him.
Moms Moms 6 years
We used the word "safer" when writing this post because we cannot guarantee that any of these options are absolutely "safe". It's not a judgement on co-sleeping at all.
mhg mhg 6 years
i've used the arms reach co-sleeper w/ both my boys and will when this one comes late august. it is a fantastic product that i highly recommend to friends.
Chouette4u Chouette4u 6 years
We used a sleep positioner in our bed with our LO. It was smaller than a Snuggle Nest and kept her elevated a bit and prevented her from rolling around. Next time around, I think I will invest in one of the Arm's Reach co-sleepers as well. I enjoyed cosleeping, but we only have a queen size bed and things got a little too snug.
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 6 years
I remember you doing an aticle on neat baby products that aren't useful and the hammock was one of them. What about a mose's basket, which is less expensive, or a playpen that has a built in bassinet feature built into it.
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