How to Transform Your Babybay Bedside Sleeper into a Bassinet
You open up your front door to find your babybay bedside sleeper just-delivered to your door by the mailman. As you open the box up and catch a comforting whiff of the ethically-sourced beechwood that is guaranteed to cradle your little in comfort, you have one thought on your mind: you’re already in love with your new co-sleeper, but what if it could be a bedside bassinet too?
Having the freedom to use your co-sleeper as a safe place for your little one to rest their head at night and a comforting home that nurtures them during the day is the ultimate in convenience.
With a freestanding baby bassinet, you get an enclosed space for your darling little one to nap nearby or simply hang out near you. During the day, and also during the evening.
How Do I Turn the Babybay Bedside Sleeper Mobile?
This wooden guard rail pictured below is all you need to keep your lil’ guy or gal snoring happily near you. We call it the Bassinet Conversion Kit, and you can order it separately as an accessory to your babybay bedside sleeper.
This protective wooden guard rail fits onto the open side of your bedside sleeper. It uses wooden locking clips, so it’s able to withstand any holding and pulling by your baby’s little exploring hands.
The picture below on the left shows the bedside sleeper with the wooden guard rail being attached. And the image on the right shows you the enclosed safe space your baby will be able to happily snooze in all day long.
Having the freedom to transform your bedroom sleep set-up into a moveable bassinet is a win-win for both the baby and the parents.
Because your baby is already used to the comforting feeling of catching Zs in their made-just-for-them bedside sleeper. So they’ll have an easy-peasy time finding a sense of peace no matter where you happen to take your bedside bassinet: whether it’s across the room or on a whole new floor.
What’s the Best Way to Use My Convertible Bassinet?
Using the guard rail to enclose the sleeper and turn it into a convertible bassinet for your baby can help gently move your baby away from the parental bed and further toward nap time sleeping independence after a few months. When that particular independent sleep time period happens is up to you to decide, of course.
But when the time is right, having the guard rail to convert your sleeper into a bassinet will give you the assurance you need to know your baby always sleeps safely.
And if you need even more options on the convenience front, you can add some easy-to-put-on rolling casters to the bottom of your bassinet to make movement even easier. For when you’re using your babybay bedside sleeper as an attached sleep space and when you’re keeping it by your bed as a convenient bassinet.