- Silver Cross Voyager Co-Sleeper.
- HALO BassiNest Swivel Sleeper Premiere.
- Ickle Bubba Bubba&Me Bedside Crib.
- SnuzPod 4 Bedside Crib.
- Shnuggle Air Bedside Crib.
- Tutti Bambini CoZee Bedside Crib.
- Chicco Next2me Magic 2 Crib.
Is it worth getting a bedside crib?
Bedside cribs are a really safe way to sleep with your little one close to you. You and your baby will each get your own space to sleep in, but they’ll still be right by your side. As well as making it easier for you to comfort and feed your baby during the night, it’ll also help you keep an eye on them.
When should I stop using a bedside crib?
The good thing about a bedside sleeper crib is that it’s safe for a baby to sleep in from a newborn and can be used until they are about 3 years old, when most children will transition to a bed.
Should a bedside crib rock?
Tilting (and rocking) can only be used when the bedside crib is set up as a standalone crib – for safety reasons, you should not tilt or rock the crib when the side is down, as there is a chance your baby could fall out.