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Innovative cribs easy to use and designed to give your baby a safe and comfortable place to sleep. It looks stylish and fits the aesthetics of a modern home. Designed to be intuitive to your baby’s movements, and as your baby stirs, the crib in turn will gently move to rock them back to sleep – rather like being in their parent’s arms. Its smooth, quiet movement is great for soothing your baby to sleep.

  • Air Motion Gliding Crib – Cream

    £139.00
  • Air Motion Gliding Crib – Grey

    £139.00
  • Air Motion Gliding Crib – Slate

    £139.00
  • Fitted Sheets Air Motion Crib Pack of 2 – White & Grey

    £25.00

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Innovative cribs easy to use and designed to give your baby a safe and comfortable place to sleep. It looks stylish and fits the aesthetics of a modern home. Designed to be intuitive to your baby’s movements, and as your baby stirs, the crib in turn will gently move to rock them back to sleep – rather like being in their parent’s arms. Its smooth, quiet movement is great for soothing your baby to sleep.

Frequently Asked Questions

Creating a consistent bedtime routine is the key. Place the baby in the crib while they begin to feel drowsy but do not exhaust them too much. Moreover, use appropriate bedding to let your baby fall asleep in a crib.

Use positive reinforcement methods like constantly encouraging your toddler and giving them comfort items, like stuffed animals etc. Let them stay in their bed for longer so they get accustomed to it than their crib. Transitioning should always be gradual and not overnight.

Always use breathable items and lightweight blankets for your baby. Do not swaddle them too much when they reach the age of tripping over. Make sure you tuck them securely so that they don’t feel uncomfortable with managing the blanket.

‘Cot’ refers to a more portable bed while a ‘crib’ is often a fixed, enclosed space for infants to sleep in. In most regions, the terms are often used interchangeably but have significant differences too.

A crib is a commonly used sleeping space for babies however, whether or not you need a crib, depends entirely on your preference and your baby’s needs. Bassinets are another alternative but you can only make a choice after evaluating the pros and cons of the options you have around.

Cribs are designed for infants and typically used from birth until the child is around 2-3 years old, or by the time they can climb out.

Yes, cribs are safe for sleeping when used according to safety instructions provided, such as having a firm mattress and avoiding soft loose items in the crib.

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