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|The sleeper folds up nicely for convenient portability and compact storage.|
Reassurance and safety werent the only things The First Years folks thought of when creating this sleeper. Other benefits include its portability, a nightlight, and transitional use. For travel convenience, the Close & Secure folds up easily, is lightweight, and sports a carrying handle. Once baby has outgrown it, this feature means that it can also be compactly stored until needed again. A built-in nightlight allows you to quietly check on your bundle of joy during the night and provides enough illumination for feedings without waking your partner. When you are ready to transition baby to the crib, this sleeper can go with them--simply place it in the crib until baby is used to their new setting.
Two AA batteries are required for the nightlight.
This sleeper is great for new moms. Unfortunately my daughter outgrew it quickly so we had to transfer her to the crib. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by LP
We used this for the first month after our son was born. He slept very well in it. He did outgrow it quickly.Published 10 days ago by adam bush
This is exactly what we needed. At a week old our infant would only sleep in our arms or by our side. Read morePublished 17 days ago by MJ Delacruz
I loved being so close to baby without the fear smushing her. We have a queen sized bed and found it a bit cumbersome to put it in between me and my husband so we scooted it all... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Noreen Rahman
This is AWESOME especially if breastfeeding. Any low reviews is just not using common sense. If your bed is small or newborn big then this product may not be best. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shelley Christy
This is the best invention for newborns ever. My husband and I love that out new baby boy is right next to us. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wendy A. Brown