This is a question that many mums and dads-to-be have a lot of doubts about.
Starting to co-sleep with a co-sleeping crib is an option, but since you will have to make an initial outlay for a product that will last for 6 months, if you want to continue practising co-sleeping, you will have to buy a co-sleeping cot, which you could have done from the start and save a good deal of money. The recommended option is usually to have a co-sleeping cot in the bedroom and a crib in the living room, but this will certainly depend on the needs of each mom and dad.
They are one of the top sellers on the market.They are the result of several researches to improve the comfort of babies and moms at bedtime. At Alondra we have created a very functional and useful crib, the EQUO 5-in-1 co-sleeping crib, which has the following functions: co-sleeping crib, crib, kids sofa, desk and toy chest. Sleeping in a co-sleeping crib is different from a scissor crib, the bond between mom and baby is much stronger. It also has many benefits for the infant and the mother.
As they are so small (50x80cm), it's recommended to use the co-sleeping crips up to 6 months. The Equo co-sleeping crib by Alondra, incorporating 5 different stages, can be used for longer period of time. Once the child grows up and needs to sleep in a bed, it can be used as a toy chest, sofa or desk in his/her room.
As it can only be used up to about 8 months, you will need a larger cot in your baby's room. Remember that we have convertible cribs that can be used up to 18 years of age, or the 70cm cots that can be converted into 70x140 beds. The Equo co-sleeping crib can later be used as a kids sofa, desk or toy box.
Yes, normally all co-sleeping cribs include 4 wheels (2 of them have brakes) to be able to move them around the house with total comfort and ease.
In all our co-sleeping cribs the bed base can be set at 7 different heights. At Alondra we recommend using the same height as your mattress, so the baby will be at the same level.