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    Default Portacot recommendations - 2 year old

    Hi mums, Happy New Year to you all!

    Could I please ask for your portacot recommendations for an almost 2 year old (not yet in a bed). Just for the odd night or two away at Grandmas house. Preferably a cot that will be suitable for my DD when she is born next year also.

    Not too fussed on price as long as it is on the larger size and safe (plus hopefully the mattress isn't too hard).

    Many thanks

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    We just have the target brand travel cot. Has been great, easy to use.
    We've used it for our 3 kids from newborn up till 2yrs 9mths

    We did buy a separate love n care travel cot mattress as the travel cot mattress is way hard

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    We had a graco one for DD (now 6) which had a lot more supportive padding than most.

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    We have a veebee commuter plus. We purchased it explicitly for the extra size, it was the longest on the market at the time. Not sure what else would match it size wise now, but it is the same width as our home cot and only 15cm (from memory) shorter.

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    Thanks mums, will check them out

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    My 2 year old loves her phil and teds portacot not overly suitable for newborns but she will be in it for years


 

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