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Cocoonababy and Stokke Sleepi mini?

(11 Posts)
FlumptyDumpty Fri 05-Jun-15 18:29:51


Does anybody know if you can fit a Cocoonababy in a Stokke Sleepi mini? We really want to get both, but our bedroom is quite small so we would ideally need to keep the Sleepi at the mini size while the baby is in with us. I've checked the dimensions online, and it looks like the Cocoonababy might just fit in the Sleepi, but only if the shapes match up well, iyswim. Given the Sleepi mattress is oval I'm worried the Cocoonababy might not fit if it is wider at the top/ bottom ends.

I'd also be interested in your thoughts generally on either of these.


TestingTestingWonTooFree Fri 05-Jun-15 18:34:39

Had a Cocoonababy, quite liked it, wasn't a miracle cure for sleeping though.

FlumptyDumpty Fri 05-Jun-15 21:56:47

Thanks Testing!

Anybody else?

missmargot Fri 05-Jun-15 21:59:37

No idea on the Cocoonababy but the Sleepyhead fits in the Sleepi Mini well.

FlumptyDumpty Sun 07-Jun-15 00:12:30

Thanks missmargot!

villainousbroodmare Sun 07-Jun-15 00:18:13

I have a brand new Cocoonababy but my baby is still cocooned in my belly so it's on top of the wardrobe in its packaging!
It's like a figure of 8 shape, wider at the lower half iykwim, and firm but squeezable. Unfortunately I don't have a measuring tape to hand but I bet it could be squashed a bit at its widest point.

villainousbroodmare Sun 07-Jun-15 00:49:12

42cm or 16.5" @ widest point but mildly squeezable.

FlumptyDumpty Mon 08-Jun-15 19:35:57

Thanks villainous! Great name, btw.

villainousbroodmare Mon 08-Jun-15 20:54:15


j9g24 Tue 27-Sep-16 10:58:10

hello can you advise me if the stokke sleepi and cocoonababy worked together. thank you

Littlelondoner Sat 01-Oct-16 09:19:35

It is not the length etc you need to worry about it is the depth. Sleepi mini is only just deep enough. As cocoona baby raises baby up alot you need at least 20cm above the baby from top of sides of crib and the top. It just isn't safe otherwise. I know the sleepihead fits well as it is flat so it is deep enough. The cocoona baby is fine length and width wise it is just the depth.

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