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What You Need To Know Before Choosing A Baby Bedside Crib

Baby bedside cribs can be an important part of a nursery. Not only do they provide the perfect sleeping space for your infant, they can also be a wonderful decorative touch to the room. In fact, they don't even have to be a traditional crib, as many of them are now convertible to toddler beds! The styles available in today's nursery furniture range from antique pieces to modern designs. Baby bedside crib sets tend to follow a common theme, so it can be difficult to choose the best one for your child.

Baby bedside cribs reviewed at, aren't just a basic structure used to put your baby to sleep. They often include extra features such as: toys, drawers, changing tables and mirrors. As your baby grows and begins to learn to crawl, you'll find that these additions make for a more comfortable sleeping experience, as well as an educational one. While many new parents mistakenly believe that sleepovers or night-time naps are necessary for a baby to get a good night's sleep, nothing could be further from the truth.

Babies do not need sleeping time for at least thirty minutes a day, so why put them to bed with co-sleeping devices? In addition, the average American baby spends approximately six hours per day sleeping. By going without co-sleeping devices, the new parents are inadvertently setting themselves up for failure. Research shows that babies who co-sleep with their parents fare much better at their first months of life than babies who don't. Not only does this prove that co-sleeping leads to a healthy sleep pattern, it also helps promote breastfeeding and helps overcome some of the challenges that new parents face.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that the American baby should be sleeping on their stomach or in a supine position at least six months old, by the age of two most parents find that they prefer to put their baby to sleep in a crib. One of the challenges that new parents face is getting their baby to sleep without them. When they are infants, babies cannot be forced to sleep without their parents help, which can lead to them waking up one day and going back to sleep.

So how can a new parent get their baby to sleep without them, without waking them up in the middle of the night? Many new parents turn to baby cots, which look similar to a full-sized bed. Baby cots are not recommended for newborn cribs because they make it too easy for a newborn baby to roll out of the crib or climb out. A baby cot attached to a wall is the safest place for a baby to sleep at night.

It is very important that any new parents choose a crib that will make it safe for their baby to sleep through the night. Once they have made the choice of a baby crib, then they need to select a travel bag that is lightweight, water resistant, and easily fits in a diaper bag. It is also important that the baby's personal items be placed in a travel bag, so that the baby's other toys and activities do not accidentally get thrown around in the bag. Most travel bags today come with a closure system that can be locked, so that your new parents don't have to leave their baby unattended in a crowded vehicle. This alone might make the travel bag worth the investment.

The next type of crib that many new parents find convenient is co-sleeping. Co-sleeping is when both parents lay down with their baby close to them. They may use a baby-sized mattress or a crib that is convertible from a toddler bed to a twin size. Most co-sleepers are very compatible with the majority of modern crib designs and with most standard mattress heights. It is recommended that co-sleepers be used with a standard mattress height because the baby can be carried from side to side if necessary.

Finally, you should also consider whether you want a crib that comes with a cot attached or if you prefer a separate cot attached to the side of the crib. It is generally recommended that a crib with a cot attached is slightly more expensive than one without a cot attached because you have the option to convert the crib into a toddler bed by removing the cot. You also have the option to convert the crib into a twin or full-sized bed by purchasing one side that has an additional drawer or sideboard that can be used to provide storage for toys and other items.