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Tuesday, May 19th 2015, 8:50pm

Moses basket vs Sleepyhead

Hi
I'm expecting twins and trying to get things sorted now I'm
27 weeks.
Ive read that Moses baskets are really useful for twins but I'm still not entirely sure how you use them in the day. Obviously at night you have them in your room for the babies to sleep for the first few weeks but not sure whether you can have them sleeping in them downstairs etc in the day.

I've read amazing reviews about sleepyhead too- does anyone have any experience they can share?
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Tuesday, May 19th 2015, 9:16pm

I used to carry the Moses basket downstairs for the day and back up again at night. Heard great things about the sleepyhead but didn't buy one x
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Tuesday, May 19th 2015, 9:24pm

Thanks Net, I get it a bit more now. We've got 2 cots in the nursery but we won't be using them for a good few weeks after they're born I imagine.
Did you have a stand for the Moses basket? I guess you need one don't you?
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Tuesday, May 19th 2015, 9:28pm

Tab I saw the sleepyhead in John Lewis, I ended up getting Moses baskets that have stands but the sleepy head does look good too. xx
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Wednesday, May 20th 2015, 7:46am

Yep you'll need stands for the baskets if you want them off the floor xx
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Tuesday, June 9th 2015, 2:50pm

We have been using sleepyhead and used it when the baby was sleeping in our bed just to have some security. But also for the cot it's great, would totally recommend it!

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Saturday, June 13th 2015, 8:35pm

I had a travel cot downstairs, and cot upstairs so I could lie them side by side. I didn't like the idea of separating them


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Thursday, July 30th 2015, 5:25pm

Vote for sleepyhead

I would like to vote for the sleepyheads!

We didn't get moses baskets as we decided to co sleep the twins in a cotbed in our room and use bouncers downstairs during the day. About 2 weeks in due to the lack of sleep (we'd put them down and they'd wake up immediately) we got 2 sleepyheads! They are like magic! We put them in the cots at night time and on the floor in the lounge during the day! They sleep really well in them. Our twins are 12 weeks tomorrow and they are still our best purchase!

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