dazzled wrote: exracer wrote:
dazzled wrote:I don't get what she needs the bassinet for, either, if she's planning on co-sleeping with behbeh gurl. If she didn't have the bassinet and would move the diaper utility cart thing somewhere else, she'd probably have enough space for a king size bed—which would make a lot more sense if she co-sleeps, since she didn't use the co-sleeper with Nolan, so she probably won't use the bassinet, either.
Co-sleeping doesn't always mean bed sharing. We co-slept, with our babies in the same room and then eventually in bed, but not as newborns. We had various set ups and bassinets, even side-carred the crib up to our bed for awhile. I am guessing that she'll use the bassinet for a few months, then eventually move the baby into bed with them.
I'm not going to lie, I like that bassinet. It does look really convenient because it's so adjustable and swivels.
I know what co-sleeping means. That's why I added the last sentence.
She also said she is going to put the DockATot, which is for babies 0-8 months, in the bed to do safe co-sleeping, so...
Ah, fair enough. I don't think I watched the Dock-A-Tot video. She sure likes to spend and justify her reasons for "needing" everything.
I think Britney will definitely want a new place, but I'm hoping Ean puts his foot down and calls her out on the fact that this kid won't need its own room for years. And I'm all for kids sharing rooms, I don't think there's anything wrong with that, especially when they're younger. I think it would be smart to wait until Nolan is a bit bigger and they need to make accommodations for him, and then find a place that works for him. The girls could share a room, but he's going to need ramps and accessibility. A one story house would be ideal for their situation.