Rent Baby Co-sleeper
R349 is for one month.
R899 is for a full period of three months.
Why you need a baby co-sleeper:
An extract from my blog on the homepage of this website:
“Cots are so open, huge, drafty and most importantly, not next to your bed!!!! I tried putting my firstborn first into a carrycot and then into his cot…..Now I know better. A crib or cradle is a very good choice, but a co-sleeper is still the best decision you can make. A co-sleeper is an extension of the moms’ bed and stands next to the bed or hooks onto the mattress. Mom will be able to keep baby during the night feeds, in her bed. There will be no fear of rolling on top of your baby and baby will not need to sleep in your arms.”
We all know how difficult and exhausting the night feeds can be and a co-sleeper is definitely the answer. This product is used only for a few months and therefore the rental option is a great money-saving idea.
Quality baby co-sleepers are expensive and are only used for the first 3 to 4 months. It just makes so much more sense to rent this product from us.
Our beautiful, wooden co-sleepers have been designed to accommodate your little one from newborn up to 3 months old.
Features of our co-sleeper:
- Height adjustable
- Side panel to fold down or that can be locked into position
- Space saving
- Encourages emotional bonding with baby
- On wheels with brakes, thus it can be moved easily
- Well ventilated
This rental is a great example of safe sleeping.
There is nothing more stressful than lying awake at night, wondering if your little bundle of joy is safe in its new environment! Here’s some tips on safe sleeping for infants:
1) Share your room with baby, not your bed
“Babies should sleep in their parent’s room for the first 6 months, or better yet, until their first birthday. New statistics say room-sharing can lower the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) by as much as 50%. “– says The American Academy of Paediatrics.
Other reasons you should not share your bed with your baby is that it increases the risk of your child’s breathing that could get cut off.
Therefore, a separate sleeping area that attaches to your bed is necessary for your baby. This could be anything from a co-sleeper, crib to a bassinet. Make sure these items are well ventilated and have breathable mattresses.
2) Less is more with bedding
Your co-sleeper or crib should only have your baby inside of it. Remove any cute toys, cot bumpers, cot braids, pillows, or blankets. Regarding your mattress, make sure it is firm with a tight fitted sheet.
3) Same environment for sleep
If your baby is ready to take a nap or sleep, make sure you place them in their co-sleeper or crib for them to associate that space as their sleeping environment. Try and avoid putting them in an activity toy such as a bouncer, rocker, swing or even the couch for sleep time.
4) Sleeping position is priority
When placing baby inside of their safe sleeping space, make sure you place them on their back. Infants are less likely to choke if they are on their back and will be able to cough out or swallow anything they spit up.
5) Bedtime clothes
Now that you know where and when to place baby for sleep time, what about baby? What should they wear?
For sleep time, it is best that they wear a one-piece sleeper. Don’t use a swaddle blanket to put them to bed.
Find out more on safe sleeping for infants here: Keep Baby Safe From SIDS and Other Sleep Risks (webmd.com)
Information is courtesy of: Keep Baby Safe From SIDS and Other Sleep Risks (webmd.com)