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The First Years Close And Secure Sleeper
- Cotton, Polyester
- Used in adult bed between pillows
- Head and foot barriers minimize risk of entrapment
- Folds for travel and storage
- Machine-washable sheet and cover
- Two AA Batteries required for nightlight
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The First Years Close and Secure Sleeper
Mama birds love the Close and Secure Sleeper because it gives baby a soft little 'nest' of his own while keeping him or her close by. You can feed, soothe, monitor and bond throughout the night with the reassurance that your little one is snug, secure and safe-thanks to our Airflow design that allows air to circulate around baby. Designed to be easily portable for on-the-go convenience, you can also use the sleeper in the crib to help ease baby's transition from your bed when he's ready to leave your nest.
Things to Know
- Can be used in the crib to help baby's transition from your bed to the crib.
- Folds for travel and storage.
- Machine washable sheet and cover
- Intended for infants from birth and up.
- Measures 28” x 16” x 5.5”
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't like that the mesh sides aren't more sturdy. Our daughters legs hang off all the time. In no way does she roll out, it would just have been nice if the sides were better. But overall I like it and feel safer co sleeping with our daughter!
I would drop this to two stars instead of 4. The mesh sides at the bottom did not hold our daughter in. Woke up and she was hanging off the side face first. Have no idea how she did that, but because the bottom mesh siding is so flimsy and doesn't have something to firm it up, she somewhat rolled out. So for safety reasons, I would drop the rating.
My daughter weighed 11+ pounds and was 23.5 inches long when she was born, so while this is a GREAT sleep positioner or portable bassinet (it's soft, secure, portable, etc.), the actual interior length is ONLY 24 inches.
There is also a NON-removeable wedge at the end of the sleeping surface that impedes foot room, if there was some way to remove it I would have done so, if only to get more use out of it and to prevent her from throwing her legs over the sides (which she does in her bassinet as well).
As a result, my 8 week old daughter outgrew this long ago which was a major disappointment since I was hoping to use it for the transition to her crib. This wasn't exactly an inexpensive item either, so unless your baby is MUCH smaller than mine, I would suggest finding a sleep positioner that has an open end so that you can get more use out of it, for a longer period of time.
Our daughter can't crawl or roll and is a fairly stationary baby. Yet every morning, she's three-quarters hanging out her sleeper.
Don't buy this cosleeper -- it's the same as not having one.
Features that we like are:
- this little bed is easily kept in place in our bed by a large flap that tucks under our mattress, but is also easy to move around our condo so we could always keep an eye on our baby in the day
- the mattress cover is removable, machine washable (we added a folded cotton sheet on the mattress for more comfort)
- this is really lightweight and can also be folded up for compact easy storage once baby has outgrown it until needed again, probably for our future second baby (we didn't travel but I'm sure this feature would be very convenient for the cause)
- this sleeper allowed us to be close to our baby when she finally got home after almost two months waiting for her to be discharged from NICU
Features that we wish this sleeper have:
- sleep positioners, each time we put our baby in bed we had to tuck a blanket or pillow on each side to prevent her awakened (I notice that the new version does have this feature The First Years Close and Secure Sleeper)
- mattress slightly inclined
Features that we find not useful (for us):
Our baby has outgrown it at about two months and half old. We loved this sleeper and enjoyed each day our baby slept close to us.
I was recently on the market for a co-sleeper so that my baby could sleep with us in the same bed and not have to worry about rolling over. I saw this secure sleeper on amazon.com and the price was reasonable so i decided to give it a shot. Lemme start with some Pros.
-slimmer in width as opposed the the Summer Infant brand co-sleeper. It fits between us on a Queen size bed easily and we don't feel squished.
-strong UV nightlight
-very lightweight, easy to fold and go
-too short. the product says its could till 4 months, but my baby is only two months old and if he lies straight he can't fit his whole body in
-footrest is immovable so even if you wanted to make it fit a baby bigger than 23", u would have to physically cut off the footrest
-not even suitable for newborns, because it has an incline that causes babys to slide down during the night
-non breathable mattress. When we were using it, my baby woke up every day with a puddle of sweat on his back and forehead -and he's a SUMMER baby!
in short, i suggest you try summer infants sleeper instead. It's 29" long, which should definitly last till 4 months old, and has a much more breathable mattress. (but buy it from Babys R us - they have it for 59.99)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
baby doesn't really like it....but quite helpful when visiting the inlaws.Published 13 hours ago by Kathleen Williford
Could have been longer. Would have been handy. I just pulled the stitches out of the "foot rest" and we used it for another 1-2 months... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Chubbs Stanton
I loved this for bringing baby home! we used it until he was big enough for bed sharing (about two months) We have used it occasionally since but he is now too big for it at 4... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Tiara
The first year it's more like the first month and then baby won't fit in it anymore.Published 3 days ago by ferat rama
You can safely sleep with baby close. The light is also very useful.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
I liked this bed because it kept my baby close but allowed me a little bit of personal space at the same time. my husband loved sleeping so close to our son as well. Read morePublished 7 days ago by E.
When LO was first born she was giving us such a hard time sleeping. She was congested and not sleeping well so we tried a bunch of options so that she could sleep in our bed... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Michelle F.