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Old 07-07-2007, 06:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Where can one buy a sleep wedge for babies in canada. My cousin may need one for her ds. She lives in Edmonton, Alberta. How about canadian online stores. What brands should we be looking for?

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Ours was made for Maggie by occupational Therapy at Children's hospital in Seattle. It was made to fit her specifically. Sorry that I am no help.

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This is a really good brand: http://www.tuckersling.com/?gclid=CI...FQLsYAodnzPK2A

They probably would ship to Canada. Also check this brand on ebay-- they often get outgrown and sold there for bargain prices.

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I had a wedge but the tucker sling with the crib elevated to 6 inches was much, much more helpful (if child is in a crib).

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You can always save money and just elevate the crib with something if you are using a crib.. Be sure it is *under* the matress tho
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You can always save money and just elevate the crib with something if you are using a crib.. Be sure it is *under* the matress tho
The degree that we need our wedge you can not get a crib mattress that high. I would take a picture of it but its at my parent's house right now. Maggie sits in a little shelf for lack of better word so she is almost completely upright. We use an amby baby hammock at home and that one also is almost completely upright too.

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I guess thats the bad thing about some.. For my son it works fine, but he has a nissen..
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