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You can keep the baby as close to you as you need, but still safe in their own separate sleeping area. The Bassinest can be adjusted to make it lay on top of your bed, and its base can be tucked underneath. This is for co-sleeping without actually bed-sharing which can cause SIDS. Having your baby nearby helps provide peace of mind and therefore, a more restful sleep. See More
Newborns nurse 4x during their nighttime sleep, and the ability of the side wall to lower allows you to tend to them while still in bed. Halo also offers an add-on nursing timer that attaches to the bassinet. You can press it when you take your baby out and it plays a soft melody to wake you up after a set time, in case you've fallen asleep. The alarm reminds you to put your baby back to the bassinet. These features are ideal for nursing mothers. See More
The recovery after a c-section surgery is painful and moving around can intensify the pain. This bassinet's ability to rotate and swivel 360 degrees makes getting in and out of bed hassle-free. Also, the side wall closest to be bed can be pressed down, reducing the amount of discomfort of lifting your baby. See More
It easily clicks on and off of an Uppababy stroller frame and includes an easy carry handle. It's best to use if you plan on taking daily walks even when the child is asleep and your baby can stay asleep in the bassinet even after you've returned home. This bassinet is approved for overnight sleeping. See More
The best option for families who love the outdoors. Most strollers are made for babies 6 months and older who already have neck control. And no stroller ever lays flat. This bassinet can be attached to an Uppababy stroller frame to serve as an ideal place for your newborn to comfortably sleep on while out on a stroll. See More