Nursery

Sleeping well is very important for your little one, from the first night home as a family to the many more nights to come. Using a co-sleeper or a special baby bed could not only help your little one sleep but may also help you rest knowing your little one is comfortable and safe.

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  1. Iora Co-sleeper
    Iora Co-sleeper
    At the end of the day, it’s all about comfort.
    £ 0.00 £ 0.00
    Out of stock
    • Most comfortable mattress 
    • Easy slide function
    • Large storage basket
    • Easy to fold and carry  
  2. Swift 3-in-1 Bassinet, Travel Cot and Playpen
    Swift 3-in-1 Bassinet, Travel Cot and Playpen
    Play. Sleep. Repeat.
    £ 229.00
    In stock
    • One-second fold
    • Lightweight
    • Three products in one
    • Unique two-stage mattress
  3. e-Snooze Baby Sleep Tracker
    e-Snooze Baby Sleep Tracker
    For easier sleep, for baby and you
    £ 129.00
    Out of stock
    • Tracks under mattress while baby sleeps
    • Monitors heart rate and sleep cycle
    • Easy monitoring via Maxi-Cosi Smart app
    • Recharges with included USB cable
  4. Iora Bedsheets
    Iora Bedsheets
    Soft fitted sheet
    £ 25.00
    Out of stock
    • For Maxi-Cosi Iora
    • Made of 100% cotton
    • 2 sheets included
  5. Iris Bedsheet
    Iris Bedsheet
    £ 30.00
    Out of stock
    • For Maxi-Cosi Iris
    • Made of 100% cotton
    • 2 sheets included

Maxi-Cosi Bedside Crips & Co-sleepers

The first night with your little one at home can be a quite an experience, and you'll want to keep your newborn as close as possible. A Maxi-Cosi bedside crib like the Maxi-Cosi Iora allows you to have you baby right next to your own bed. It can be adjusted in height so it matches your bed and so your baby is just an arm's reach away. This allows you to still keep a eye on your little one while they are sleeping safely in its own co-sleeper. The side of the bedside crib can be removed, which is easy for night feeds; you can easily pick your baby up and feed it while staying in bed yourself.

After 6 months you or your baby might be ready to take the next step in sleeping; moving to their own room. This is a big step for both of you, so only take it when you feel your are ready for it! Getting used to sleeping in a separate baby bed in their own room might take some time for your little one.

Make sure you take the time to have your little one get used to sleeping in their own baby bed in their own room. As a parent you might also need some time to adjust, which is very normal. Making sure your little one is sleeping in a safe and comfortable cot is the first step and might comfort you.