Cocoonababy nest by Red Castle

The Cocoonababy nest reassures baby by making them feel safe and content with the elongated semi-fetal position. The Cocoonababy nest helps your baby to adapt to life after birth while also limiting the risk of flat head syndrome. The Red Castle Cocoonababy nest is also great for reducing gastric reflux in babies and helps improve the quality and length of time your baby sleeps.

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€ 139.95

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The Cocoonababy nest reassures baby by making them feel safe and content with the elongated semi-fetal position. The Cocoonababy nest helps your baby to adapt to life after birth while also limiting the risk of flat head syndrome. The Red Castle Cocoonababy nest is also great for reducing gastric reflux in babies and helps improve the quality and length of time your baby sleeps.

The Cocoonababy nest is an ergonomic cocoon which repositions your baby in the semi foetal slightly curved position they adopted in mummy’s womb and this soothes baby. The Cocoonababy nest by Red Castle includes the tummy band reassures and soothes baby by applying a light pressure on his tummy, without hindering freedom of movement. use in a cot or crib with sides at least 20cms higher than the top of the Cocoonababy®

Features:

Reassures baby by making them feel safe & content

Keeps baby in a elongatedsemi fetal position

Helps baby to adapt to life after birth

Limits risk of flat head syndrome

Helps reduce gastric reflux

Helps improve quality & length of baby’s sleep
Adjustable wedge which can be moved down the nest as your baby grows
Includes Fleur de Coton® white fitted sheet & a waterproof sheet

A white Fleur de Coton tummy band keeps baby in ideal position without impeding movement

Reduce involuntary jerky movements (startle or moro reflex)

Can be used in a cot or crib with sides 20cms higher than the top of the Cocoonababy

Dimensions: 69cm x W: 40cm x H: 19cm

Weight: 1kg

Suitable for babies of 2.8kg and above, from birth to around 4 months (or when baby starts rolling)