Hi everyone, I am a FTM and I'm having a hard time figuring out the best way for my baby to sleep. She is going to be 7 weeks old tomorrow and weighs 13 pounds. I know the best ways to prevent SIDS are to have baby flat on their back in a crib with tight fitting sheets and no blankets, toys, or bumpers. But they also say baby should be in parents' room for 6 months. Currently we have been switching back and forth between a bassinet and the Fisher Price Rock n Play sleeper. I feel uncomfortable with the Rock n Play because she is inclined and not flat on her back. She is quickly outgrowing the bassinet. Two more pounds and she is at the weight limit. Our bedroom is also tiny and there is no way to move her large crib into our bedroom. I am afraid that she isn't sleeping safely and don't know if I'm just overly worrying. I am not interested in suggestions to having her sleep in the bed with us. I know some do that but I don't trust myself or my husband as we both move a lot in our sleep and are pretty sound sleepers. What do you moms who want to adhere to SIDS prevention standards put your babies in to sleep when you can't fit the crib in your bedroom and baby outgrows the bassinet? Thank you for your help!!