How to Prep Your babybay Bedside Sleeper For Your New Arrival

Your co-sleeping journey begins way before your baby sleeps on their made-just-for-them baby bed side co sleeper for the first time. 

It starts the moment you look around online for the best baby bedside sleeper on the market (hint: you’ve stumbled upon the right page!), chats with fellow parents about bedside crib and bedside bassinet models they love, and click the “Choose Your Babybay” button so that we can get your brand new co-sleeper shipped straight to your door. 

Because when it comes to choosing co-sleepers, it’s not just about finding one that will provide you with feelings of ease after your baby arrives. 

It’s about choosing a bedside sleeper that is easy to unbox, easy to assemble, and easy to make a part of your and your baby’s soon-to-be shared bedroom space.

That’s why when we designed babybay, we had ease in mind. 

Properly assembling your babybay so that your co sleeper attaches to the bed takes just 12 steps, all easily accomplished with tools you already have at home (no trips to the hardware store needed). 

And though the assembly time might be short and simple, that doesn’t mean you’re sacrificing a single ounce of comfort or security. 

Each babybay co-sleeper has been given a gold star for safety from top safety certification organizations (including ASTM International, TÜV Rheinland, and Confidence in Textiles Oeko-Tex). 

So that you’ll have confidence your baby is peacefully sleeping safe and secure, while you’re catching Z’s with full peace of mind.


Your little one is unique. And so is your family. Which is why we made it our mission to offer plenty of accessories and customizable color options that will make your %LINK% easily blend into your home (or stand out in your home, if that’s more your style).

Though all babybay bedside sleepers are made of 100% eco-friendly and fully sustainable beechwood (because we believe that caring for the Earth is just as important as caring for your family), you can easily choose untreated, walnut, white, or gray color options to help you personalize your co-sleeper so it feels part of your space. 

(Don’t worry—we never use the harmful glues, chemicals, or paints that you’ll find in most cribs. With us, it’s all-natural, all the time.)

You can even deck your baby co sleeper out with a colorful canopy or choose a tie-on padded crib border that creates a soft nest for your baby while giving a pop of cute with stars or polka dots.

So that by the time you’re finished putting together your babybay, you feel fully ready to welcome your baby home with a soft space all their own!


Straight out of the box, your baby co sleeper attaches to bed and keeps your baby secure by sitting flush against your own mattress. But for families who want to have options for converting their bedside crib into a moveable bassinet, the bedside bassinet conversion kit is here to help!

The bedside bassinet conversion kit has a wooden guard rail that can be installed in minutes with wooden locking clips, allowing your baby to sleep soundly—even if your bedside co-sleeper isn’t right next to your bed.

This is a perfect choice for families who have nursery space where their baby can nap (because yep–with the bassinet conversion kit and attachable roller casters you can easily roll your new standalone crib to another room), or who want to have options for how they use their bedside sleeper throughout their journey. 


Your relationship with babybay doesn’t end the moment that your bedside sleeper is unboxed! We’re here to support you and be by your (bed)side—see what we did there?—through all stages of your cosleeping journey. 

This means if the time ever comes when you feel like your babybay needs a little extra accessorizing—like a breathable, moisture-regulating, mattress pad upgrade or all-natural 100% organic cotton sheets—know that we’ll be here to help you out. 

And if a day ever comes when you’ve used your bedside sleeper for so many kiddos that you could use a few replacement parts—we’ve got you covered on that front too. 

Which is our way of saying, we’re here to help you for the long haul!  Get started on your babybay journey today.

Is Co Sleeping Bad?

Co-sleeping has long been the preferred—and safe, as long as
you choose the right method!—way for families around the world to assure that
their babies are getting nurturing rest. 

The kind of nurturing rest that uniquely supports baby’s
healthy emotional and physical development while helping them feel close and
comforted by those they love. 

For thousands of years, parents have relied on safe co-sleeping as
a necessary tool in their grow-baby-healthy-and-strong toolkit. 

Let’s Start at the Beginning: What is Co-Sleeping?

Co-sleeping is often the catch-all term that is used to
describe the nurturing experience of sleeping with your baby within arm’s

There are many ways to co-sleep, and co-sleeping will look a
little different for every family that practices it. 

Some of these co-sleeping methods are safer than others.

In recent years, tools like bedside co sleepers have
made it safe, easy, and stress-free to soak in all the benefits of co-sleeping.

Though sleeping in separate bedrooms has become the norm in
the Western world, that does not mean that co sleeping is bad.  

In fact, studies (like
one famously conducted by anthropologist John Whiting) have found that
almost 70% of children living around the world sleep in the company of others.
(Take a moment to really let those numbers sink in— 70%!)

Despite the overwhelming preference for co-sleeping around
the world, in America, Canada, and many countries in Western Europe co-sleeping
is finally becoming popular once again.

That’s not because co-sleeping is bad. 

In fact, there are many well-documented and well-loved
benefits of co sleeping.


By co-sleeping, baby and parent are able to bond and become
close-as-can-be during both their waking and sleeping hours. (Hard to
believe, but our sleeping hours account for a third of our day—make them

Baby also benefits from a boosted immune system and
better-supported development for their body and mind. 

Meanwhile, co-sleeping makes nighttime nursing a breeze for
mom while making it quick and easy to respond to crises through the night and
guarantee longer and more restful sleep for all. 

It shouldn’t be surprising that there are numerous benefits
of co sleeping.

Human biology naturally encourages child and parent to seek
contact during the night. 

You might think it’s simply your love for your child that
has you craving a quick hug, kiss, or loving touch during all hours of the day
and night (and love is definitely part of it!), but that mutual craving for
contact is also just built into our physiology. 

That need for contact through the night is something that
many cultures around the world understand well. 

In Japan, for instance, the most common sleeping position is
referred to as kawa no ji (represented by the character for river: ). The
two longer lines in that character represent the parents, while the shorter one
represents the child sleeping between. 

But in America and other Western cultures, history has set a
trend of separating parents and babies during the night. 

That’s not because separating parents and babies is better—we’ve
just gotten so used to sleeping separately that it’s hard to imagine that another
way of sleeping could be more beneficial.


The Western world’s interest in sleeping separately can
partly be traced back to the 19th century, when it became fashionable to show
your wealth by building houses with extra bedrooms and filling those extra
bedrooms with plush mattresses and beautiful cribs.

Though collecting mattresses is no longer the in-trend
fashion statement it used to be, most families in the Western world continue to
encourage their children to sleep in separate rooms. 

And while there’s nothing wrong with preferring for your
child to sleep in a space separate from yours, over time this became seen as
the standard way to sleep in the Western world—which quickly made all other
sleeping methods seem like harmful alternatives. 


When co sleeping is practiced safely, it delivers a bounty
of benefits while helping you feel closer to your child (emotionally and
physically!) all night long. 

But just like you have to make decisions with safety in mind
when preparing a nursery or separate room for your child to sleep in, you need
to make safety a priority when deciding the co-sleeping method that works for
your family. 

Bedside infant co-sleepers make
safe co-sleeping easy as can be by gifting baby with a safe, secure, and
supported space to sleep by your side.

Your baby gets to drift off into sweet dreams with you
within arm’s reach, while you get to enjoy the worry-free rest that comes from
knowing you can quickly and easily respond to any nighttime feeding call that
comes throughout the night. 

And while there may be other ways of co-sleeping out there,
there’s only one safe
co-sleeping method we can recommend. 

With the right bedside
sleeper by your side, you’ll never have to wonder Is co-sleeping
bad? again. You’ll be able to confidently drift toward dreamland, knowing
your baby is safe, happy, and soaking in all the benefits that co-sleeping has
to offer. 

Is co sleeping bad

Get to Know More About the babybay Baby Sleeper

The babybay is the ONLY Eco-Friendly Bedside Sleeper on the
market. You want the best for your newborn. That’s why babybay offers an
all-natural baby sleeper made from solid wood — with no toxic wood glues, cheap
fillers, plastics, or other harmful chemicals.

Our bedside sleepers are handcrafted in Germany out of locally sourced beech
wood, which is naturally antibacterial and anti-static. Our baby sleepers are made
from sustainably sourced beechwood—that means, for every tree we use, we plant
another. babybay is invested not only in making the first years of your child’s
life safe and comfortable, but in building a brighter, more sustainable future
for your child. As a leading provider of baby life products, social
responsibility is at the forefront of all our actions and product decisions.
Our values and practices allow our team to feel good about the products we
offer, so parents will too.

The specially designed bassinet connects to the side of the parents’ bed,
allowing the infant to sleep safely next to their parents. We know that having
your newborn near you as you sleep allows you to nurture and bond with your
baby more easily and naturally. The babybay Baby sleeper lets you stick to a
baby’s feeding schedule at night without having to fully rouse yourself out of
bed. The babybay bedside sleeper also gives you the luxury to keep your baby
close without any of the potential hazards associated with sharing a bed. It’s
the perfect way to provide for your baby while you sleep.

At babybay, we believe in bringing parents peace of mind by
creating products that are innovative, safe, ethically manufactured,
sustainably resourced, and that are made of fully non-toxic components.
Additionally, at babybay safety comes first. We build relationships with
parents and partners through trust in our company by being transparent and
creating trust in our products. Each product has been held to the highest
standards of testing. The babybay baby sleeper is ASTM, TÃœV, and Confidence in
Textiles (Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Class 1 for babies) certified.

Learn more about babybay on our website.

How to Safely Co Sleep With Your Baby

Co-sleeping is not a new practice in this country or in the world. For most of recorded history, parents have ensured the safety and healthy development of their babies by sharing sleeping space with them. (While making breastfeeding easier and getting a more peaceful night’s rest themselves—that’s what we like to call a win-win!)

To this day, many cultures around the world sing the praises of co-sleeping and consider it the normal— and natural— way of easing baby’s stress while helping them learn to breathe regularly and develop healthily. 

Studies have confirmed that co-sleeping is a safe practice that improves parents’ sleep, cares for baby’s development, and promotes bonding through touch. 

While co sleeping is one of the oldest and most popular methods for sleeping with a newborn, it’s important that you co-sleep safely. 

Before baby and parent tuck in for a more caring and nurturing night of rest, the co-sleeping environment needs to be properly prepped. 

To create a safe co sleeping environment, you should…

  • Keep your baby close
  • Create the right room conditions 
  • Ensure safe body position 
  • Choose the right bedside sleeper

Ready to help your baby co sleep safe and sound? 

Let’s break these safe co-sleeping conditions down further.

Keep Your Baby Close 

Co-sleeping helps you bond with your baby. (In fact, emotional and physical bonding is one of co sleeping’s biggest benefits!) But you can put the brakes on that bonding—and create an unsafe sleeping environment—if you choose to sleep too far away.

While co sleeping, you should never be more than an arm’s reach away from your baby. Sleeping next to your baby helps you become in-tune to their emotions. 

And when your breathing is close enough to your baby for her to hear you, your baby will start modeling her breathing patterns to your rhythm, helping keep her asleep for longer. 

Not only will sleeping close help you sense their needs faster and with more ease, you’ll be close enough to respond immediately—without needing to fly to the other room or wake up your partner.

Create the Right Room Conditions for Co-Sleeping

Dark, light, with the window open, with the window closed, with the thermostat set to a toasty 82 degrees—we all have an opinion on what kind of conditions create the best night’s rest. 

But when co sleeping, the room conditions need to be designed with your baby’s needs in mind.  That means the room shouldn’t be too toasty, and there should be no extra pillows, stuffed animals, or blankets crowding the mattress. 

These kinds of fluffy materials can quickly grow unsafe if a baby rolls onto them or gets wrapped up during the night. 

As soon as your baby takes up residence in your room, it’s time to start thinking of it as their space as well as yours. 

Find a bedside co sleeper ​that fits with your bedroom style, and you’ll create a cozy environment for both you and your newborn.

That means being open to letting go of your old sleep habits to guarantee that your baby is protected, well-rested, and unconditionally supported throughout the night. 

But don’t worry, you’ll be rewarded for your efforts. Soon you’ll be getting more sleep (get ready for your new parent friends to be jealous!) and curbing separation anxiety while making nighttime nursing easier than ever.

Choosing the Right Baby Co Sleeper

While you may prefer a weightless waterbed, babies need baby-safe beds that have been rigorously tested for safety. 

Be sure your chosen bedside sleeper has no toxic wood glues, cheap fillers, plastics, or other harmful chemicals.

Any mattress you use for co sleeping should sit tightly against the bed frame so there are no gaps, space, or crevices that your baby could accidentally slip into.

Here’s the truth: Adult mattresses just aren’t designed to protect your baby. 

They’re designed with adult comfort in mind. 

That’s why it’s best to choose a crib, baby co sleeper, or Co sleeper bassinet that is designed to tuck your baby in for a long night of firm and safe co sleeping. 

These bedside sleepers fit snugly against your own bed, letting you care for your baby through the night while drifting off to dreamland with peace of mind. 

The babybay isn’t designed for adults. It’s uniquely designed with your baby in mind. Because of that, choosing a co sleeper bassinet like the babybay can take a lot of the guesswork out of safe co-sleeping. 

By choosing a product specially designed by experts to provide a safe co-sleeping environment, you can spend less time worrying about whether you’re facilitating the right room conditions for safe co sleeping with baby. 

Instead, you can spend more time enjoying the feeling of sleeping beside your baby, knowing that they are spending their night comforted and protected by your nearby touch.

Is your Babys Bedside Crib Exposing Them to Toxins?

We know you want the best for your baby. That’s why you make
a point to research the safest products they will come into contact with.
Before deciding on the sleep environment best for your family, there’s
something you need to know. Not all cribs/bassinets/sleepers are made
alike. Without knowing what safety certifications and materials to choose, you
run the risk of opting for a bedside crib or sleeper that is made with toxic
materials which can pose a threat to your baby’s health. 

Certain paints, glues, woods, and plastics can emit harmful
chemicals and gasses known to cause cognitive delays, chronic health issues
such as allergies, asthma, kidney failure, cancer, and more. Knowing that your
newborn baby will be spending 16-18 hours a day in their bedside crib, it is
vitally important to make the most educated decision on which one you
use. Choosing a trustworthy crib and mattress is one of the best
choices you can make for your baby, and we’re here to help take the guesswork
out of the process.


Below are the leading safety certifications to look for when
deciding on the safest sleeper for your baby. Each year, the
standards are updated to adapt to technology and changes in the market. As a
result, leaders in crib safety urge parents to use a new crib, not one handed
down. Older cribs may not meet current standards and have the potential of
risking your baby’s safety. Look for the following safety certifications when
deciding on your next sleeper. 

ASTM (American Society for Testing Materials)

The ASTM is one of the leading third-party product
testers. They focus on the structural safety of a product — how it’s built,
it’s ability to maintain safety with normal wear and tear, the safety of the
materials used, and they also search for toxins in finishes, paints, flame
retardants and more.


The OEKO-TEX Standard 100 label guarantees that every
material used in the process of making a product, is 100% safe for your baby.
Arguably the most rigorous testing criteria of them all, OEKO-TEX searches for
both regulated and non-regulated substances, going beyond national and
international requirements. The company also updates its standards at least
once a year, if not more, to incorporate scientific finds, and changes to
statutory requirements — which is no small feat.


VOCs – Volatile Organic Compounds

VOCs are gasses emitted from certain woods, glues, and
paint finishes. On items kept indoors, they can be up to 10x more harmful,
especially to babies. What qualifies as a VOC? Formaldehyde, benzene, phenol,
phthalates, and a slew of other gasses. 


Found in soft plastics and are used to add fragrance to
products (to avoid smelling toxins.) If it smells artificial, it probably is.
PVCs and Phthalates are known for making allergies worse in children, can cause
kidney and liver lesions, cancers, and reproductive problems.


Used in the making of clear hard plastics. Has been shown to
cause prostate cancer, breast cancer, female infertility, obesity, and
reproductive damage.


Often used on textiles, mattresses, foam inserts. Can cause
endocrine and thyroid disruption, immune system disruption, reproductive
issues, cancers, and have adverse effects on child development.



Always choose Solid Hardwoods. Other options such as
solid softwood, or MDFs (Medium Density Fiberboards — such as particleboard and
plywood,) require glues, plastics, and other adhesive materials (to hold them
together,) which may contain VOCs or other toxins — in particular,


Always inspect the type of paint or finish used in
manufacturing. Water-based paints are the only non-VOC emitting
paints available on the market.


babybay is the ONLY eco-friendly, non-toxic, fully
attachable co-sleeper on the market. Here’s how we’re leading the pack:

babybay offers a line of all-natural, sustainably
sourced, eco-friendly co sleeper cribs to promote a healthy sleep
environment for your newborn. Unlike other co-sleepers on the market, babybay
uses no plastics or harmful glues. All our finishes are low to zero VOC and
certified non-toxic.

babybay’s bedside crib only have a few basic

100% natural beechwood

Water-based wood glue

Water-based finishes (Untreated babybay has no finish) NO

Metal hardware: contains no heavy metals such as lead or

We NEVER use medium-density fiberboard (MDF), fillers, or
artificial materials.

Safety Certifications: ASTM, CPSC, FSC, TUV/GS, Oeko
Tex-100 Class 1

Our Mattresses: Free from hazardous chemicals,
awarded the “Confidence in Textiles†certificate for being free of harmful
substances (Öeko-tex Standard 100 Class 1 for babies)

Take the guesswork out of the bedside crib
safety process by choosing a babybay co sleeper crib for your newborn

Safe Co-Sleeping for With Bedside Co Sleeper Bed

For new parents, always being close to their baby is a
priority. That includes being close to the baby during sleeping hours. The
notion of co-sleeping refers to sleeping with your baby close to you, often
with a reach of your arm. Co-sleeping generally means the baby is near, but in
a different bed.

The babybay® bedside co sleeper bed attaches right to the
parents’ bed.

For several years now, more parents have been adopting this
practice of co-sleeping, with the infants sleeping nearby in a co-sleeping
cradle. This aligns with the guidelines set out by the American Academy of
Pediatrics (AAP), which advises parents not to sleep with a new baby IN a
parent bed, for obvious reasons. Let’s look at some of the benefits of
co-sleeping arrangements.

Benefits of Co-Sleeping

Ideally, as a baby sleeps in a bedside co sleeper bed next
to the parents’ bed, the baby receives feelings of comfort, security and
reassurance. Having the baby near to the parents’ bed gives the parents the
ability to calm the baby without having to stand up and walk over to an unattached
crib across the room or in another room.

Also, as both baby and parents sleep more soundly, this
shared sleep provides benefits to both. The parent is at arm’s length to calm
the baby if it awakes, and slowly massage the baby back to sleep. The baby
gains a more balanced development in the early months of life, without sleep
anxieties or other issues arising.

Find the Right Co-Sleeping Bed

At babybay, we take co-sleeping very seriously. Our babybay
bedside co sleeper bed is one of the leading co-sleeping beds made for infants,
and it’s largely because of the high attention of quality materials we put into
the bed.

We make our babybay beds with untreated solid beech wood.
This means the wood is untreated, made from sustainably managed forests, and is
pollutant-free. Our babybay bed features 10 different adjustable height
positions, giving parents the flexibility to adjust to the parent bed size. If
you want to move the babybay around your living space, you can also pick up an
optional side safety gate and castor wheels set for extra mobility.

If you’re a new parent, you owe it to yourself to check out
a new babybay bedside co sleeper bed. Our beds are solid and durable, and the
quality wood design enhances the bedroom’s aesthetics. The co-sleeper can also
be turned into a bassinet bed or play crib as your baby grows. Simply order our
Bassinet Conversion Kit to convert your babybay from a bedside co sleeper bed to
a standalone bassinet.

Why a babybay Co Sleeper is Perfect for a Minimal Nursery

Have you been feeling overwhelmed by all the choices of baby
products? Then you’re in the right place! Let’s break it down and get simple
with the essentials and why babybay® should be at the top of your

Easily style your babybay® co sleeper to create a beautiful
and relaxing space for you and your baby to safely share.

You don’t need to purchase ALL THE THINGS. At the same time,
your budget-friendly or minimal nursery doesn’t need to be an empty room with a
crib. It might even just be the corner of your own bedroom early on, and that’s
ok! You will want to have the most essential items for you and your little one
to find a peaceful and relaxing space together. Here are 3 reasons why a
babybay® co sleeper bed is the perfect piece to build your nursery around.


Traditional cribs are so BIG and bulky… and expensive! These
days many parents now choose to keep their babies near them in their bedroom
during the first few months. This is especially true for breastfeeding moms who
may need to have easy and quick access to the baby during the night for
nursing. Purchasing a separate crib on top of a bedside bassinet is
already an added expense, but also means it may be sitting in the nursery
collecting dust for months before it gets any use.

You’ll want to soak up as many snuggles as you can with your
baby. Keeping them close by your bed allows for as much bonding time as
possible with your little one.

If you’re considering a co sleeper like babybay®, then
you most likely are planning on some time with your little one near your own
bedside and then transitioning to their own room later on. Keeping things
minimal in your nursery can leave you more room for a comfortable rocker and
more space for your child to play later on. This is especially true if you’re
limited on square footage or your children will share a room.

A babybay® is the perfect size to fit next to almost any
bedside with your newborn, and easily transitions to keep your little one safe
in their own room as they grow.


When selecting nursery items and looking for budget-friendly
options, always look for quality items that can have multiple uses. For
example, you need a place to change your baby, but not necessarily a changing
table. Add a changing pad to the top of a dresser, create a portable basket
with diaper supplies and a roll-up mat for a quick change on any surface. Try
to avoid items that will only be useful for a short time and look for items
that can fill multiple needs.

One of the many great features of a babybay is the
flexibility to adjust and grow with your child. From a co sleeper, to
stand-alone bassinet, to a bench, a play space, a desk, or many other options.
The sturdy beechwood construction and conversion kits for different stages will
ensure your piece lasts for years as your child grows up or adapts through the
transitions as younger siblings join your family later on.


With so many choices out there it’s easy to get to a point
of decision fatigue. It’s exhausting to search through what to pick, from
where, and tons of options from endless stores. We’ve made it very simple for
you with our 3 babybay® co sleeper bed models to choose from, mattresses,
and even organic cotton Jersey sheets in a variety of colors.

Choose the model and accessories to fit your space and your
nursery style. Conveniently delivered and easy to assemble in just a few
minutes, we guarantee a stress-free and great experience with your babybay.

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date information on our newest products and announcements.

babybay Among Top Co Sleeper Brands

The website Get toText rated the top 6 co-sleeper
brands and babybay is on the list! The article talks about how co-sleeping is
the current trend. The idea behind co-sleeping is to give the baby a feeling of
security by having their parents close by. This shared sleep is good for the
child’s development as well as anxiety prevention in those early months. 

The criteria used for choosing the Top 6 Co Sleeper brands are:

Reference brands: we make sure to select brands from the
childcare sector that have proven their worth and leave no doubt as to the
seriousness of manufacturing 

User reviews and feedback: ratings, testimonials from
parents, and advice from early childhood professionals are brought together in
order to draw the most objective assessment possible

Comparison and careful study of the characteristics of the
models on the different merchant sites

Total independence when choosing products: the models of the
brands mentioned are not aware of these analyzes or of influence on our

If you are looking at co sleeper brands consider the
leading, attachable, bedside co-sleeper by babybay. Not only are we
the only eco-friendly sleeper on the market, but we are also
committed to sustainable manufacturing. Each of our sleepers are made with the
highest quality, European beechwood, and, for every tree used, we plant
another. You’ll never see plastics, cardboard, or any toxic paints on our sleepers.
Plus, we hold 2 of the highest safety certifications from Europe and the United

Our customers love our bedside sleepers because they’re created
by parents, for parents — showing a true understanding of your everyday
struggles and needs. 

The babybay Bedside Co Sleeper Crib Helps You Get More Sleep

Thank you to The MonarchMommy for your review of the babybay
bedside co sleeper crib! In her review, The
MonarchMommy talks about the uniqueness and customizability of the babybay
bedside co sleeper crib as well as highlights many of the great qualities
of the babybay. 

Here are some of the Top Reasons MonarchMommy likes


Safety – made of solid beechwood, manufactured in
Germany and is made to the highest European standards.

Non-toxic finish – no or low VOC – natural
antibacterial and antistatic protection

Durability – “There’s no plywood or plastic here, just
strong sturdy beechwood, so you can feel confident that it’s not a flimsy piece
of furniture that won’t stand the test of time. The babybay® will absolutely
last through more than one child!”

Versatility – can transform into bassinet, crib or
even a bench – “A crib that doubles as a bassinet, co-sleeper, and a bench
once baby’s outgrown it? Yes please!” – The MonarchMommy

Safety certified by the Juvenile Products
Manufacturer’s Association (JPMA), ASTM international child safety standards,
and TUV/GS (German Safety Approval)


“Once you’ve got the babybay® set up against the bed, you’ve
created a perfect little sleep nest for you and your baby. It’s like
bed-sharing and co-sleeping without losing even an inch of your own sleep
space. Baby is within arm’s reach for those late-night feedings, and best of
all, baby is close AND safe in the babybay®.” – The MonarchMommy


Below is an excerpt of the review:

Enter the babybay! I only wish I’d known about this great baby sleep
solution before my little ones were born. It’s something that gives you options
and a customizability that I haven’t seen in baby sleep setups before. Want to
know what it’s all about? Here you go! 

What exactly is a babybay®? The babybay® is more than just a
co-sleeper, it’s a bedside sleeper that actually attaches securely to any
regular bed (with or without a boxspring). It is made out of locally-sourced
beechwood, so it’s sustainable AND offers natural antibacterial and antistatic
protection. The babybay® is manufactured in Germany and is made to the highest
European standards. There are four finishes to choose from, and each is done
with a high-quality water-based finish that is non-toxic and no or low VOC.
That definitely promotes a safe sleeping environment for your precious little
bundle. The height of the platform of the babybay® is fully adjustable, so it
will fit most bed heights with ease.

Once you’ve got the babybay® set up against the bed, you’ve
created a perfect little sleep nest for you and your baby. It’s like
bed-sharing and co-sleeping without losing even an inch of your own sleep
space. Baby is within arm’s reach for those late-night feedings, and best of
all, baby is close AND safe in the babybay®. The babybay® is nice and sturdy
too. There’s no plywood or plastic here, just strong sturdy beechwood, so you
can feel confident that it’s not a flimsy piece of furniture that won’t stand
the test of time. The babybay® will absolutely last through more than one

Learn more about the babybay bedside co
sleeper crib
on our website.

Safe Co Sleeping with a Co Sleeper Bed

Co sleeping is an ancient practice. Sharing the parent’s bed
with an infant was the norm in all societies prior to the 1700s according to a
1995 study published by the Official Journal of the Royal College of Midwives.

In many countries and cultures, co-sleeping and using a co
sleeper bed is still widely practiced, where the benefit for both babies and
mothers can still be seen today. Medical and scientific evidence suggests that
co-sleeping (sleeping in close quarters with baby and parent) has many benefits
that the Western practice of leaving infants alone in a room of their own does

In fact, babies who co sleep are often reported to seem
happier than babies who don’t. Lactation consultants, doulas, midwives, and
safe sleep professionals recommend the babybay co sleeper bed for safe
co-sleeping practices. The babybay is an eco-friendly, non toxic baby %LINK%
that allows parents and their newborn to sleep side by side at night, but in
separate spaces. This is safe co-sleeping at its best.

Though there are dangers associated with certain types of
co-sleeping, not all co-sleeping was created equally. Bed-sharing and
couch-sharing have proven to be dangerous for babies, occasionally leading to

Safe co-sleeping, or room-sharing, ensures that the infant
is close to his or her parents, but not directly in bed with them, where
overheating or suffocation from sheets being pulled up too high may occur. A
bedside sleeper or co sleeper bed allows for safe co-sleeping to take place,
giving baby his or her own crib space, while snuggled up right next to the
parent’s bed.

Learn more about the babybay co sleeper bed on our website.

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