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Old 01-07-2012, 04:05 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I would love to have a king size bed for co-sleeping, my baby is due in 8 weeks. Right now we just have a sealy queen mattress.

 

Just wondering what king bed you have and why you love it? We don't want to spend more than $1000 on a king mattress, preferably less..

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We got our mattress at Ikea and just have it on the floor. Floor beds are best in case of a roll off and it also allows the child to crawl off and on as needed when they get older. I wish I would have gotten a slightly softer bed than we did because my hips and shoulder get stiff from sleeping on my side and nursing.


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We have a chemical-free natural latex mattress, California king, and I am madly in love with it. Couldn't be happier. We've got dd in bed with us and she's almost 3 mos, and after 5 am DS (27 mos) is in there too and I couldn't ask for a more perfect bed. My husband and I say, out loud, several times a week as we climb in, "I love this bed!"

 

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Forgot to say why I love it...

Its the perfect firmness. Plenty firm for cosleeping, but not too firm. It comes in 3 3inch layers and you choose the firmness of all three and then you can move them around and find what works for you. Can't say enough about this mattress..unless a person has a latex allergy in which case., no good.

 

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Where did you get this awesome mattress?
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I'd also like to know where you got it! :)
 

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Forgot to say why I love it...

Its the perfect firmness. Plenty firm for cosleeping, but not too firm. It comes in 3 3inch layers and you choose the firmness of all three and then you can move them around and find what works for you. Can't say enough about this mattress..unless a person has a latex allergy in which case., no good.

 



 


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Yes, do tell!! I want to know where that magical mattress came from as well!


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