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
not.

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
SIDS.

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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