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21-10-2015 11:45 #11Senior Member
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21-10-2015 13:16 #12
I wasn't intending that this bed thing be an actually sleeping spot for a baby, just a handy quick grab and go if you needed to go to a friends and had no where to put Bub!
21-10-2015 14:37 #13
I think it's a good idea. I can see the benefit to having somewhere safe to put baby when out somewhere or in the house as I've got a toddler so I normally end up putting baby on his bean bag on a sofa to keep him out of the way of the toddler so I would use something like this. In my opinion anything could be a sids risk, if you are around keeping an eye on baby I don't see it being any different to a bassinet or pushchair. When my baby was a newborn I carried him around for hours in a carrier or sling and would always worry about the fact that his head slumped or he would fall asleep with his face against my chest etc but many people would feel happier with that than in a bed nest?! As long as there is no gap between base and bumper and it is used under supervision I think it could be useful.
21-10-2015 14:54 #14
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