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    Default Side rail for co sleeping

    My DS always ends up in our bed, sometimes when we go bed at other times later during the night.
    Now that he's getting older, I worry about him falling off so want to get a side rail but we have a very deep mattress so I'm not sure where to find something suitable.

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    We got a double rail that is adjustable to fit a single - queen bed. It's on both sides and secured under the mattress. We have it in a queen bed. I can't remember the brand but we got it from babys r us.

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    ^^^ I think you are talking about the dream baby bed rail. It's the highest on the market I'm fairly sure. Nobody else seems to carry it in stock except for babies r us it seems. I just through all of this after buying mine last week.

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    I bought both of mine at Big W for around $50-60 (can't remember). They are totally adjustable so it doesn't matter how thick the mattress is.

    This is it: https://www.bigw.com.au/product/secu...0000000005063/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    I bought both of mine at Big W for around $50-60 (can't remember). They are totally adjustable so it doesn't matter how thick the mattress is.

    This is it: https://www.bigw.com.au/product/secu...0000000005063/
    Thank you!
    I didn't realize they were adjustable!


 

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