I think the reason they don't recommend it for under 6 months is because it's not flat. It *reclines* flat, but the seat itself is not flat when in a reclined position, the baby would have feet sticking up in the air from the 'shelf' where a bigger baby's knees bend?
MrsBee - If that is the reason for the 'warning' then convertable car seats should have that same warning becase they are positioned the same.
It's all so confusing lol.
Where did you all purchase yours from? I'm struggling to google a stockist lol. I'm at work ATM so why not utilise the net here rather than at home
I put our DS in the seat from newborn. Because of where we live we walk to get a lot of stuff- groceries, park etc. so he was in the pram from a week old. Yes the reason it is not recommended is because it's not flat but it wasn't a huge problem. Also the seat is big for a newborn so you may want to get a liner. I bought a wool one and DS loved to cozy up into it. From what I have seen the bassinet is very small and probably not worth the money.
Ours is from bubs baby shop
No I have the pram and the second seat and a 3rd just for good measure . I meant the capsule lol.
Sorry blame my lack of communication skills lol.
My #2 isn't here yet, but we are getting the bassinet. Its only $130'ish, we don't want or need a capsule and I use our pram a lot even as a single. I have a padded newborn head support that matches my pram liner, so I imagine bub will go into it at around the 2-3 month mark.
Its a hard one, but the bassinets aren't super expensive and I don't want to feel trapped in the early days because I can't transport the girls comfortably.
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