Dream Nests

The world outside the tight spaced womb can be very hard to adjust to for a newborn baby. The baby nest makes your baby feel embraced and safe, which means that you can lay baby down between feeds without much worry. This snuggled up feeling they get, often leads to baby relaxing and sleeping longer periods of time in the day. Use it anywhere around the house to make sure you can easily keep checking on you little one, keep baby safe and both parent's and baby's mind at ease.

The baby nest is small, portable, light and loves adventures as much as you do! It is easy to bring along in a simple carry bag when going to visit friends and family, A play at the park or going on a holiday. This saves you from lugging the huge pram or heavy portacot inside!

Never miss nap time or a safe place for your little one to lay or do tummy time! Fold up and take it with you!!

 

Approximate measurments 

Width - 60cm 

length - 100cm

 

Inner Rest space 

Width - 30cm 

Length - 70cm -90cm 

 

SAFETY GUIDELINES & WARNING!

Baby nests are not SIDS approved, never leave your baby unattended in the nest.

BACK TO SLEEP - Reduce risk of SIDS always place child on their back when sleeping.

Position child's head at the top of the nest. Always keep child's head away from bottom chords to prevent the risk of entanglement or strangulation.

Never place toys, stuffed toys, pillows, blankets or soft bedding in nest with child. Children have suffocated from additional pillows in a nest.

Always apply direct adult supervision when child is in a nest.

Never use to carry child

Never use if nest has been damaged.

Do not place close to fire or heaters.

Always place the nest on a flat, firm and stable surface and on a surfaces where the child can not fall. Soft surfaces can make a child roll into the sides and risk suffocation.

The nest is not intended as a toy.

Do not place the nest in any other product such as cribs, bassinets or playpens.

Australian red nose guidelines on safe sleeping recommends babies sleep on their backs on their own in an Australian safety rated cot or bassinet with nothing but a safe sleeping bag or swaddle. Large openings or gaps in a baby’s crib is unsafe. Soft padding in a bed should be avoided and baby’s sleep surface should be flat and firm