We're still in conversations about this.
We have a pack and play with the bassinet insert. We have a moses basket cradle. Both of which will probably be used during the daytime. For night-time we're still trying to figure it out.
We got rid of the queen mattress DS and I shared because of moisture issues, so right now we're looking at having to buy another mattress regardless. DS has a crib mattress and DH and I share a Queen, which is definitely not big enough for baby to share with us. We've discussed an Arm's Reach, we've discussed side-carring a crib (either of which we would have to buy), we've discussed just buying a King and moving the Queen to the floor of DS' room. I've looked at the Kanoe (baby hammock), and I'm very tempted, but considering how fast DS grew not sure it's worth the expense. I do know though that if anybody else is interested they offer a 50% "wholesale" discount if you buy 4 or more (or was it 5?).
It's still very up in the air. My grandmother this weekend though said she had a brand new "damaged" innerspring twin mattress that was donated by a store (she works in a food bank). It's been sitting there for months, so she's going to bring it home and we're gonna see what kind of shape it's in. That'll give us something to put DS in, and then maybe we just get a crib frame to put the crib mattress in and side-car it. I just don't know. I insisted on co-sleeping with DS, and while I hated it, it was really necessary for us because of the nursing issues we had. But even now at 2 1/2 I'm still working on getting him to sleep in his own space. But come to find out, DH blames me for the sleep "issues" that DS has, even though reading the night-time boards, his sleep isn't anything out of the ordinary (for an ASD kid anyway). That just makes contemplating co-sleeping again so much more difficult, even though I know it's what I need to do just so I get as much sleep as necessary, and babe still has access to the milk machines. With DS I had to (literally) get up every time he nursed until he was 9 mos old, and he was nursing 2-3x/night. Once we switched to bottles I just had to wake up enough to grab the bottle and pop it in his mouth. I would really like to avoid all of that this time, which is in part going to mean co-sleeping and night-nursing laying down. BLAH!
Long way to say, I dunno.