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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 was perfect for us. When baby first came home, I slept (well really there is no such thing as sleep) on the couch and i set up a baby station in the living room and baby slept... Read morePublished 5 hours ago by TMC
I got this as a gift from someone. It seems to be very uncomfortable. I don't recommend this for your baby.
Doesn't seem to be "cushiony" at all, but rather plasticky.
Used this for both my babies, 4 years apart. I would use this again in a heart beat! I love having my babies in bed when they were newborn. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Sarah
It's bulkier than I imagined and doesn't fit well with a queen size bed and 2 adultsPublished 1 day ago by Amanda Carpenter
Could be longer - otherwise a great product. Helps me and my little one get much needed sleep!Published 6 days ago by Pabodeaux
We liked this for cosleeping. The only thing is baby outgrows it fast and there is no way to take the bottom part off.Published 7 days ago by Arni Steingrimsson
It says to keep it in the middle of the bed but I have mine on the side of the bed sense it has a part the goes under the mattress to keep it in place. Read morePublished 11 days ago by M.m.m