Since Layla was born, i've struggled to get her to sleep at night. she likes being snuggly and warm, and in my flat i really struggle to get it warm.
So, we have ended up co-sleeping. i really enjoy it, but I dont get any sleep. I am so aware that she's in bed with me, that I just doze.
i found yesterday, that she sleeps better in her prammette. Because its all snuggly. I ended up moving her into her crib at 1am and she didnt sleep. she ended back in my bed
would it be safe enough for her to sleep in her pram at night? i'm not able to put her sensor pad into it, but she will be pushed right up to the side of my bed. she'll have to get used to sleeping in her crib soon, because its part of our other pram, and we're getting rid of the one we have at the moment. but i just figured that if she's not sleeping because she just wants to be warm, then she could sleep in her pram till we move in january, and can be warm then
check with the manufacturer of the pram hun
some are safe for overnight sleeping and others not
we have a babystyle prestige and i was hoping to use the carrycot for 2 nights back when Lana was about 10 weeks old but when i checked with babystyle they said the carrycot was not for overnight sleeping was quite gutted as we paid over £500 for it
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