When it comes to co-sleeping, we value the mental and emotional benefits that come along with sharing a bed with your baby, and understand the importance of child safety. Here's our recommendations when it comes to co-sleeping with a Soaring Heart bed.
It's important that babies have a firm surface they won't sink into. The safest option for co-sleeping is the Soaring Heart Latex Mattress in firm or extra firm, with no topper.
A tightly-tucked fitted sheet is the only bedding we would recommend for co-sleeping. Blankets, flat sheets, and comforters could shift and cover the baby, which puts them at risk.
We always encourage doing your own research, especially when it comes to the health and safety of a newborn. We are confident in the quality and safety of our latex mattress, and we've heard great things from the parents who have made the decision to co-sleep with it.
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If you're not already a fan of Kathryn Nicolai and her nightly bedtime podcast - you should be. At Soaring Heart we want to explore any and all options for improving healthy, all-natural sleep and Kathryn's "Nothing Much Happens" stories - will be sure to put you to sleep!
- Great sleep is challenge for so many people. It is wonderful to have a place to go and validate that there are ways to have fun exploring new approaches to great sleep, breaking bad habits, and celebrating our enchantment with the "Village of Nothing Much" instead of the 900 emails awaiting our response or the family task list that never, ever seems to end.
Mark my words - you will love listening to Kathryn even more when you're snuggling up in one of our lovingly made Soaring Heart beds! Sweet Dreams.
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