Now, you may have noticed recently that there's been quite a bit of discussion on ParentDish UK about co-sleeping. Many of our own writers and readers have come 'out of the closet' as co-sleepers due to its ability to allow a mother instant access to her baby at all times.
On the other side of the discussion is a barrage of scientists and experts who claim co-sleeping poses a high SIDS risk.
There are positives and negatives to co-sleeping, but Arm's Reach believe they have created a product to ensure new mothers can get the benefits without risking their babies health.
The Universal Co-sleeper is an attachable cot with a drop down side that you can pop next to the bed for easy access.
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The Universal Co-Sleeper is particularly useful for new mothers recovering from a caesarean section, but really it can be used for any mothers that prefer to co-sleep for various reasons. The cot means that at any point during the night, the baby is in a safe environment, but can still be reached at a moments notice.
It even comes with deep pockets to pop all your nappies, wipes and baby kit in. Once the baby grows up a bit, you can convert it into a playpen, a changing mat and a travel cot.
You can buy the Arm's Reach Co-Sleepers from £189 for the mini and £239 for the standard.
Want to know more about co-sleeping? Here are a few of our most recent articles on it.
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