I'm in the exact same situation. In the end I've decided to leave the rolling bassinet downstairs so I can roll it around to different areas of the house if I need to and am going to try having bub straight into her cot upstairs at night which is next to my bed. Not sure how we'll go with that, if bub hates the cot at the start I might have to try something else.
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14-01-2016 19:12 #21Senior Member
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14-01-2016 19:30 #22
downstairs sleeping solutions for baby
Downstairs we used whatever worked at the time. At first one of those automatic rocking swings (which was sent to earth from God). Then later down the track Bub slept in the portacot or the pram. There was a while there he would only fall asleep in the pram so would take him for a quick walk around the block and wheel him in the front door so he could continue on his nap. I don't know how safe this is because one time DS wiggled out and fell out of the pram so yeah we kinda stopped doing that ha. I hate two storey houses though and life would be easier with just one floor!
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