​Baby Bedside Sleeper


A Baby Bedside Sleeper is the ideal crib for your little one to sleep in your room, at least during the baby's first six months. This recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics can help reduce the risk of SIDS. Having your baby by his or her bedside facilitate nighttime comforting, late-night breastfeeding and, of course, bedtime bonding.

Here's a list of articles with expert advice for parents to choose the best crib or bassinet, that can even be attached to bed. Also, check out the complete reviews of baby bedside cribs, bassinets, cradles o co-sleepers.

Co-sleeping with Your Baby and Co-sleeping Cribs: A Personal View
As a new mother I made the decision to share my room and bed with my baby. This was a positive and rewarding experience. I recommend co-sleeping and using a co-sleeping crib.
Halo Bassinest Swivel Sleeper Review – Worth It?
The Halo Bassinest Swivel Sleeper is ideal for keeping your little one beside your bed in a safe place. Excellent if mom had a c-section. This is our complete Review.
My experience with Chicco Next2Me bassinet
Whether you choose to breastfeed or bottle-feed, using a bassinet for co-sleeping allows you to sleep close to your baby, knowing it's safe. This is my personal experience and my review of Chicco Next2Me Bassinet.
Baby not sleeping, Mommy not sleeping, what to do?
Maybe you're desperate because your baby is not sleeping at night. Experts show how to settle your baby so everyone sleeps more. You can share a room with a bedside crib or even think of bed sharing with a co-sleeper.