Carrycots for overnight sleeping?

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  1. nyah

    nyah Active Member

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    Hi ladies,

    Does anyone know whether any brand and style carrycot is suitable for overnight sleeping (with the correct mattress of course)? I can't find any information online..:shrug:

    When I was in kiddicare, I remember the sales rep pointing out that only carrycots with 'ventilation' (small round holes in the base) are ok to use overnight, but that was a few months ago and I don't remember all that well...

    any advice is appreciated. Thank you! :)

    nyah

    ps. I have a Mutsy 'College' carrycot. It's got a hard solid (plastic) base.
     
  2. littlelady

    littlelady Well-Known Member

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    I thought silver cross did an over night pram which came with a carry cot used for obviously overnight sleeping? worth checking that out
     
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    Sarah1987 Well-Known Member

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  4. WelshGirl

    WelshGirl Mummy at last!!

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    I seem to remember that the Windoo carry cot - for the Loola pushchair - is suitable for overnight sleeps as it has ventilation.
     
  5. Donna79x

    Donna79x Mummy to Rihanna Paige x

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    the M & P 8 in 1 has a carry cot that is suitable too as it as ventilation xx my likle one wont sleep anywhere else right now !!! booo
     
  6. nyah

    nyah Active Member

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    Thanks for all the replies ladies. Thankfully I already have a complete pram set, with a carrycot - but I was just wondering if any carrycot (e.g. my Mutsy one) is safe for overnight sleeping or if you should only use 'special' overnight ones (if those exist)? Anyway, I have decided that I will not use it for overnight sleeping as I am not sure. If I need a little bed to use in addition to the cotbed, I'll get a moses basket :)

    Thanks again.

    nyah xx
     

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