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needcoffee22 Fri 07-Oct-16 20:23:51

Recently bought the sleepyhead grand for my 4 month old son. He is 20lbs, the deluxe wouldn't work.

Can anyone advise if they leave their baby in the sleepyhead at night, in their cot? Bit anxious about it.

He won't sleep in his cot, Moses basket is too small now and he normally end up co sleeping.

Tumtitum Fri 07-Oct-16 20:31:05

My DD (8 months but much smaller than yours and still on the Deluxe!) sleeps in her cot in her sleepyhead, as did most of my friends' babies. Perfectly safe and makes them feel snug in the cot smile she also slept in it in a cosleeper crib when we were using that.

Whosthemummy16 Fri 07-Oct-16 20:33:08

My DD slept in her sleepyhead in her cot through the night and we also use it when she comes into bed with us if she won't settle in her own bed.
We have a sensor pad under her mattress though so that does make me feel better when she is in her bed.

needcoffee22 Fri 07-Oct-16 20:41:18

Hey! Thank you! I have horrible thoughts of suffocation on the bumpers etc. Because he is only 4months a bit able to roll but is getting there. Hate pulling him in the bed even more!

Whosthemummy16 Fri 07-Oct-16 20:57:32

Hope this makes you feel better about putting wee one in sleepyhead at night smile

needcoffee22 Sat 08-Oct-16 09:09:40

Hello! Thanks for the info! My other problem is is states on the sleepyhead website not to use the grand with infants, the bumpers are apparently too high and soft?

Has anyone used this with a smaller baby? He is 20lbs and his arms do touch the sides of the inside of the sleepy head.

Dixiechick17 Sat 08-Oct-16 23:56:12

My 16 month old is 24lbs and was approx 18lbs when we first got the grande if that helps. She had the deluxe to sleep in from birth and we put her in the grande at 7 months as she had outgrown the deluxe. The advice around height of bumpers may be to do with head control and ability to role. Worth emailing the company maybe?

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