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Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper Bassinet Mini Arc

LOVE: 260 NEUTRAL: 121
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LOVE: 260 NEUTRAL: 121
REGRET: 34 WANT: 240
    • Sara O.
    • Canyon Country, California

    This helped tremendously before getting our babe a crib and it still is great for nap time. I loved being able to have her right up at my bed and it made nighttime feedings extremely easy. Nov 10, 2019

  • I couldn’t live without this. It is so comforting to have my little one so close without having to worry about her safety. I can pull her straight into bed to feed at night without getting up. Nov 07, 2019

    • Mindy P.
    • Wilson, North Carolina

    Loved the compact size and that it fit flush with our bed (if you have thick bed framing maybe slight issue) easy transfer for breastfeeding. We even used as a changing table once baby moved to crib! Nov 02, 2019

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    • Sara O.
    • Canyon Country, California

    This helped tremendously before getting our babe a crib and it still is great for nap time. I loved being able to have her right up at my bed and it made nighttime feedings extremely easy. Nov 10, 2019

  • I couldn’t live without this. It is so comforting to have my little one so close without having to worry about her safety. I can pull her straight into bed to feed at night without getting up. Nov 07, 2019

    • Mindy P.
    • Wilson, North Carolina

    Loved the compact size and that it fit flush with our bed (if you have thick bed framing maybe slight issue) easy transfer for breastfeeding. We even used as a changing table once baby moved to crib! Nov 02, 2019

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  • Q: If this is right up next to the side of the bed, how do you get in and out? Do you have to shimmy down toward the foot of the bed?

    asked by Allyson D. - Mar 23, 2014

  • Simply - Yes. But, there are ways around that. I am using the co-sleeper for the second time. I have it placed centered on the left side of the bed. Having it here allowed me to continue to access to my night stand and so I can sneak out the top OR the bottom. It just means that I am not perfectly aligned with my baby. I need to either sleep lower on the bed or move her slightly. It has not been a problem.

    Sara L. - Mar 23, 2014

  • The wheels are located only on one end of the sleeper. I put the stationary legs near my head, and the wheels near my feet. When I needed to get in and out of bed, I would swing the sleeper away from the side of the bed - kind of like a gate - and get out/in.

    Lucy P. - Mar 24, 2014

  • Yes--which is no easy task in the early post-partum weeks.

    Kathleen P. - Mar 24, 2014

  • It never really bothered me. I guess, the answer is yes!, but it's a rather short item, so it's not like you have to jump off the end of your bed or anything. It was the best thing I used for easy access for nursing and sleeping as close to my little one as possible!!

    Kelly N. - Mar 24, 2014

  • It's no easy feat when you've had a c-section, and it's just as hard if your bed is higher the most. We ended up using this as a bassinet.

    Stephanie T. - Mar 24, 2014

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