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Red Castle Cocoonababy - Moon and Star
  • Red Castle Cocoonababy - Moon and Star

Red Castle Cocoonababy - Moon and Star

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Cocoonababy is an ergonomic cocoon designed for use in the cot during baby's first months as it reassures babies and help them adapt smoothly to life after birth!

Respecting the medical recommendation to sleep babies on their back, the elongated semi-fetal position in the Cocoonababy® Nest allows babies to feel safe and content.

Sleeping babies in this position present many advantages, including:
Improving the quality and length of time of your baby's sleep and contentment
Minimizing the risk of flat head syndrome
Limit gastric reflux
Reducing involuntary jerky movements which wake babies with a start and make them cry
The Cocoonababy® Nest includes:
An adjustable wedge which can be moved down the nest as your baby grows
White Fleur de Coton® machine washable fitted sheet
Waterproof sheet (machine washable)
Conforms to bedding safety regulations
Safety First: Cocoonababy is suitable for babies from 2.8kgs and until the child starts trying to roll over or change position in the nest (around 3 - 4 months old). For use in a cot (making sure the base is in the lowest position and that the depth above the cot mattress is superior to 50cm or on the ground, on carpet, or in a playpen. Do not use this product in a Moses basket, a rocking cradle, or in a stroller Carrycot
Made in France

Product Weight (kg): 1
Product Height (cm): 19
Product Width (cm): 40
Product Depth (cm): 69

User Guide: http://www.redcastle.fr/files/shop/products_userguides/Cocoonababy_Web.pdf
Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK-MNdTDlKY
Safety Warning Letter: We would recommend as a safety warning, to avoid online auction sites selling counterfeits (serious safety risks to your baby) and second hand Cocoonababy. Do not use the Babynomade blanket in the Cocoonababy ® as safe sleeping is to sleep baby with head and face uncovered
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