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    In my case, I Co-sleep with my bub on the same bed. this works fine with me and my wife. If you afraid that you will squeezed your bub, you can get portable bassinet and place in between you and your partner.

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    I'm another one with the Kingparrot. I loved it. I liked the breathable sides. My DD stayed in it until 6 months when I moved her into the cot but she could have stayed in it longer as there was still heaps of room.

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    We had this in white ..bought 2nd hand off ebay..was GREAT!!!!!

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    i'm planning on getting the seed organic cradle, not sure about sids guidelines though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarelou View Post
    Thanks ladies. I have actually looked at the king parrot before and they seem to be selling for around $169 which sounds good to me. What thickness mattress do you all have roughly? I know alot of bassinets come with ones that are around 10mm thick? This seems really thin but I want to make sure I don't increase any SIDs risks. Thanks again
    Im estinmating measurements but about 2inches thick.

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    I totally recommend the king parrot bassinet too! It's the best. We use the mattress that it comes with and it is perfect. DS is 5 months and just over 9kg so I will be thinking about transferring him to the cot soon, but the bassinet is still going strong! Looks lovely, isn't too expensive and it's on wheels so you can move it around the house. It's also very safe. Love it!

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    Another vote here for the king parrot.

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    Another fan of the king parrot. Only thing was it's larger so you need larger basinnette sheets. I made my own out of an old sheet and cut flat sheets to size. Loved that it was on wheels etc.

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    Thanks everyone, it looks like I'm leaning towards the king parrot! It's got a nice simple look too


 

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