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Pusherman user banned
9th Jun '13

Push it real good

THE Draco Malfoy 1 child; Tennessee 19885 posts
9th Jun '13

that's what we did. DD just turned 1 in May and still sleeps in hers because we haven't got her crib yet.

IOnlyMakeBoys (B.B.M) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Texas 4754 posts
9th Jun '13

That's what I bought this time around for the same reason as you lol my youngest is 3 months and it has never been used....

Ƥinkƴ 34 kids; 2 angel babies; Madagascar 23603 posts
9th Jun '13
BastiansMommy 1 child; Shelton, Washington 2428 posts
9th Jun '13

That's what we did with DS...and now that he's 6 months he sometimes takes naps in it and plays in it since he gets into daddy's xbox cords and he sleeps in his crib at night. I love it, it comes in handy, but he still has a place that he knows is bed time.

user banned 2 kids; Silly, Belgium 6539 posts
9th Jun '13

Awesome, thanks for the input ladies. I'm glad that it will hopefully serve its purpose. I was just worried that it would be "bad" for him to sleep in it all the time for the first couple months. I also like that it's portable cuz we travel a lot so it'll do well with going to relatives' houses and hotels. :)



Thanks again.

Lumen.Ash Due November 23; 1 child; Denver, Colorado 1272 posts
9th Jun '13

all I had with my son was a pack n play. I plan on doing the same with this baby

Sara❥ 1 child; Sumter, South Carolina 8621 posts
9th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Pusherman:</b>" We went crib shopping today and the pack n plays caught my eye. I never had one for my first, she had ... [snip!] ... We went crib shopping today and the pack n plays caught my eye. I never had one for my first, she had a crib that she never slept in aside for occasional naps. I decided to get a pack n play with the built in napper. It just seemed like a lot more bang for the buck with the napper, changing station, side storage and play yard. So do you think it was wise to get this initially and then pick up a nice crib later on after a few months? I got this one. http://m.toysrus.com/skava/static/product.html?type=TRU_product_us&url=%2Fproduct%2Findex.jsp%3FproductId%3D17197706&domain=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.toysrus.com"</blockquote>




Sure! DS didn't start sleeping in his crib until 7 months. He slept in the bassinet that comes with the pack and play. Great investment. We are taking ours to the beach this weekend for him to sleep in as well.

♥Rach♥ 2 kids; Arizona 12875 posts
9th Jun '13

I think it's smart to use a pack n play in the beginning. For DD, we had one upstairs and one downstairs that she used for naps. Other than that, we just co-slept. The crib was kind of a waste for us.