Small Cot?

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  1. Pudds86

    Pudds86 Well-Known Member

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    Hi Ladies,

    I know I am planning ahead, but as we are TTC its good to have an idea of where we would fit a bubba into our lives!

    I am on the hunt for a small cot... We have a family hand me down which is a lovely antique white craddle which I am planning to use while baby is still small enough to fit and not wriggling too much, but after that we will need to move onto a cot that drops low enough for baby to be safe, but that is also small enough to fit nicely in our bedroom until we get a bigger place.

    Have any of you used or seen ones this size? I reckon one 100cm in length max. I have been trawling the internet, but have only found 1 or 2, and they are uber expensive.

    ta!

    x
     
  2. Rowesb

    Rowesb Well-Known Member

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    mothercare do a smallish cot but not sure on the measurements....
     
  3. Mervs Mum

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    Mervs Mum Well-Known Member

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    Oh no ignore me. You mean to use when they can sit up and even stand? That one of ours would be no good - not deep enough.
     
  5. Pudds86

    Pudds86 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah I mean when they start moving about more, pulling themselves up etc. x
     

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