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DockAtot vs. Halo Swivel Sleeper

DockAtot vs. Halo Swivel Sleeper

Are you exhausted from getting out of bed to take care of your baby in the middle of the night? Would you like to keep your baby close to you? Then a co-sleeper is what you need!

There are several co-sleeping options on the market, so how do you choose? Start here by comparing the DockATot and the Halo Bassinest Swivel Sleeper.

DockATot

The DockATot comes in two sizes: one for your younger baby (the DockATot Deluxe), and one for your older baby (the DockATot Grand). It goes straight on the bed, keeping your baby close to you for nursing or soothing them.

The best part of the DockATot? It buckles at the bottom where it can then come apart and double as a nursing pillow. And what’s better than a multi-use product when you already have TONS of things to buy for that cute bundle of yours.

The breathable mattress pad aids airflow, is lightweight, durable, and hygienic. All parts of the DockATot are fully washable, and you can buy different covers for it to personalize it just to you!

The DockATot has handles and is lightweight making it easy to carry it with you all over the house, on vacation, and just anywhere you go!

Bond and play with your baby, change your baby, practice tummy time, nurse your baby, and sleep next to your baby all with one co-sleeper: the DockATot!

HALO Bassinest Swivel Sleeper

HALO Bassinet Swivel Sleeper
The HALOBassinest Swivel Sleeper is a great co-sleeper option as well. It is a bed-side co-sleeper versus a bed-sharing co-sleeper. Sitting on a stand that adjusts height, it also swivels 360 degrees so it is easily reachable from any angle, making it especially nice for a mom who just had a c-section. The sidewall lowers so you can easily nurse, or soothe your baby. The Bassinest also has a soothing center with a nightlight, vibration feature, soothing sounds, and a nursing timer adding extra features to help your baby sleep soundly and safely.

No matter what co-sleeper you choose, remember to keep your baby safe and get some sleep!

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