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How is a co-sleeper attached?

Do you want to connect the baby cradle to your bed? Many parents are increasingly adopting co-sleeping, specially designed so as not to have to put their baby to sleep in the parental bed. The latter also turns out to be one of the best options for parents who no longer wish to have a separate room with their baby. However, some parents do not know how to crib attached to bed. The following guide will be a detailed description of the co-sleeping attachment procedure.

Co-sleeping: structure and assembly

Your co-sleeper purchased, start by removing it from the main bag. You have the option of attaching the bracelet to your bed. Assembling your crib requires you to follow different steps. To do this, you should first master the structure of your co-sleeping. Then move on to the actual assembly.

Structure of your co-sleeper

Several parts form your cradle. You can make out the mattress that is stored in the carrycot. Likewise, a mesh window is above the holding edge. The assembly is placed on metal support also called foot.

The latter has two wheels that facilitate the pushing of the cradle. In addition, tools such as screws and straps are among the materials that are available to you to mount your sleeping equipment.

Now move on to assembling your crib

Once you have mastered the structure of your crib, you can now move on to setting it up. Indeed, the assembly may seem difficult to you, but if you follow the instructions in every detail, you will be able to succeed.

To do this, start by taking the berth , then pass the assembly forming the batelet between the two straps. Then check if your carrycot has been placed in the correct direction. As for the mesh window, it must be in the same position as the cradle legs. Make sure the coupling is done properly.

Thereafter, put the mattress inside the bunk. You can now move on to connecting the co-sleeper to the parental bed.

Co-sleeping procedure

Here we are, once the installation is finished, you can now attach the co-sleeperYou will need the strap mentioned above. Indeed, using the cradle in co-sleeping mode will lead you to roll up the mesh window using the clips provided.

Once the window has been folded out, gently push the bassinet towards the bed. Using the height adjustment knob, you should properly adjust the bassinet to the height of your bed. Then, introduce the straps respectively inside the two loops on either side of the carrycot. These loops are found precisely next to the height adjustment knob. You can find them on the sides. They are positioned horizontally.

Next, insert the two straps into the two buckles and check if all four buckles are snug and firm. Once the straps are attached to the buckles of the bassinet, bring the latter closer to the bed.

Make sure that the bed has a height between forty-four and fifty-six centimeters. In addition, the width of the parental bed on which the co-sleeper is maintained must be approximately 200 cm. Finally, the co-sleeper must be at the same level as the parents' mattress.

The straps must pass under the bed between the wooden supports. It basically depends on the type of bed you have. Firmly hold the straps to the support of your bed. Make sure they are well attached.

Thus, you can use a co-sleeper when you want to have your baby close to you in order to keep an eye on him. To do this, you can assemble the co-sleeper and attach it to your bed by following the instructions above.



on June 21 at 2:56

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