Becoming a parent is one of the most memorable moments in life.
It comes with great happiness, love and new experiences, but also often with a series of questions and (at least in my case) a significant reduction of sleep.
Every parent wants to protect her/his baby keeping it safe and close. Especially in the first 6 to 12 months.
One of these questions that might arise is whether or not to co-sleep with the baby.
It feels natural and good to have your baby close, but is it also safe to co-sleep with your newborn?
We have selected two bedside cribs that are safe to use for co-sleeping and give you 10 reasons why co-sleeping has a positive effect on both you and your baby.
The term co-sleeping is usually used for sleeping with your baby in the same bed. Research has confirmed that this is beneficial on several levels for both mother and child.
But as this is not without risk, most experts discourage discourage sleeping sharing the same bed with your baby. A bedside crib, that is levelled out and attached to your bed eliminates these risks, offering you the opportunity to stay close without having to worry about your child's safety.
If you're looking for the top of the class bedside crib, the Bednest is what you're looking for.
In terms of design, quality and functionality the Bednest is leaving the competition far behind.
We used a Bednest for our third child and really regretted that we hadn't bought this earlier.
It would have, without doubt, saved us many difficult nights!
Features of the Bednest:
What you see is what you get: a robuust, in 14 heights adjustable bedside crib at a fair price.
The Micuna co-sleeper just brings you a lot of value for your money!
Improve the quality of your sleep by using the Bednest bedside crib. It is perfectly adjustable to any bed and allows you to keep your baby close during its first months.
Expecting a child and never thought about a co-sleeper before? Not really sure what it does or what it looks like?
Have a look at the Bednest introduction movie below or read our article on 10 reasons to start co-sleeping in safety.
L86 x W47.5cm / L33.85" x W18.7" (Height adjustable)
What you see is what you get, a plain simple but durable baby co-sleeper that adjusts to the heigh of your bed in 14 heights (from 308 to 516mm).
The co-sleeper can be used as a normal cot or as a co-sleeper, allowing 1 side to be lowered for easy contact with your baby.
The package includes an anti-suffocation mattress and wheels with breaks.