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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.
My 6 week old baby would sleep 20 minutes at a time in his bassinet. So we started co-sleeping without this, which he'd sleep a couple hours at a time. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by tonic14
This co-sleeper fails at its primarily job: keep the baby safe inside the sleeper. The mesh sides are far too easy for a baby to slip out of, and once our daughter got to about 10... Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Jim Reardon
Got it when my baby was 1 month old. Used it probably for 2 or 3 weeks then baby did not fit in it anymore. My baby was 20 inch at the timePublished 3 days ago by Josh
Thought we would co sleep with our little guy. But he did well in his bassinet in our pack and play. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Yanderi
While this is a good idea for parents that want to cosleep, it didn't end up working for us. We have a queen size bed and it left hardly any room for our heads. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Ali B
A little flimsier than I expected, but it's serving it's purpose, that being that I essentially wanted to safely co-sleep with my newborn in our bed. Read morePublished 11 days ago by chelseattle
We bought this because our premie son was not doing well sleeping in a pack n play in our room. This was a saving grace, especially for the price. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Rachel S. Williams