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#1 of 2 Old 12-27-2013, 06:21 AM - Thread Starter
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Hey mamas!

I am expecting my first baby in March! So excited!!!! I know I want to co-sleep and have found this co-sleeper that converts to a "safe, sturdy playard for daytime activities". My question to all you Mamas is: Can I use the co-sleeper in place of a pack n play? Or should I get both?


Thank you for any/all advice!!!!!!!!!

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Looks useful, although probably in ways other than what you may be thinking. Babies usually have their own ideas about where they're willing to sleep. wink1.gif
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