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    Default What's in your 1 year olds cot?

    I put my DD in her cot with nothing, she just has her sleeping bag on and that's it. My friend told me I was mean not having any toys, rattles, blankies in the cot for comfort and to play with when she wakes up.

    Am I?? What do you have ....

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    None of my kids have things in their beds/cots. At one they slept in their sleeping bags, but had a comforter each and a small snuggle blanket. When they wake up I either get them up, or to buy a few minutes of 'wake up mummy time' I'd go in and say hi and give them some books/nesting blocks/whatever to play with whilst I jerked myself into gear

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    A fitted sheet, nothing else. DS sleeps in a sleeping bag. I have never had any luck with getting him attached to a blanket or comforter etc. If it's not boobs he's not interested!

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    When she goes down, she has a muslin wrap, a dummy and a fisher price 'seahorse', she also has an activity board that attaches to the side...

    When I get her out in the morning, after her and her brother have played for about half an hour or so, this is how it looks...


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    My ds didn't have anything in his cot until he was 2 years old! You're not mean OP, just tell your friend that the SIDS guidelines state that they should have nothing in the cot apart from tightly fitted sheets until 2 years. You're just practicing safe sleeping.

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    A fitted sheet activity thing on the side. Two comforter blanket things and a hoot toy from giggle and hoot. And a blanket.

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    When he was in his cot - a fitted sheet, his blanket (he hated sleeping bags), several stuffed toys at one end (he never really played with them) and his comfort teddy.

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    A fitted sheet and his bunny (which he couldn't care less whether is there or not)

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    A sheet and a blanket. You're not mean at all, just practising safe sleeping.

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    DD is 2 now, but she has always just had a fitted sheet, a sleeping bag and herself.


 

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