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    Hi Just wondering if anyone knows of
    Larger siZed bassinets. Dd is 13 weeks and still in our room in
    Bassinet and I'm not wanting to move her out just yet, how do you know when bassinet is too small? Wondering if there is a bigger bassinet I can invest in maybe to 6 months +?

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    From what I've been told babies shouldn't be in a bassinet if they can roll over or sit up, which usually happens before 6 months?
    But I think cradles are larger - length and width. Otherwise, would the cot fit into your room? That way you don't need to buy another piece of furniture, but can still have the peace of mind of having your daughter close at night.

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    The bassinet I had for DS lasted him until he was almost 6 months old. By this stage he started rolling and was almost too long for it. It's a King Parrot bassinet.

    http://www.google.com.au/search?q=ki...20&bih=416#i=1


 

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