Baby pram for carrycot.

The safety and comfort of the baby is very important, as during the first months of the baby's life he will sleep and rest in the carrycot.

The main characteristics of a carrycot should be a sufficiently comfortable mattress that supports the weight of the baby, its interior should also be cosy and with natural fabrics if possible, it should also have some kind of ventilation and of course it should be accessible for putting the child in and taking him/her out of the carrycot.

 

Items found: 8
Thule Sleek Carrycot
THULE
Thule
 
                 

THULE SLEEK CARRYCOT

€299.95
Carrycot Britax Römer Smile 5Z
Britax Römer
Britax Römer
 
                                   

CARRYCOT BRITAX RÖMER SMILE 5Z

€219.90
Cybex cot Gazelle S
 
                       

CYBEX COT GAZELLE S

€239.95
Cocoon S Soft Carrycot For Cybex Strollers
Cybex
Cybex
 
                                   

COCOON S SOFT CARRYCOT FOR CYBEX STROLLERS

€149.95
Nuna Trip carrycot Next
nuna
nuna
 
           

NUNA TRIV CARRYCOT NEXT

€249.00
Joie Ramble XL Carrycot
Joie
Joie
 
                 

JOIE RAMBLE XL CARRYCOT

€199.95
Cybex COT S Carrycot
Cybex
Cybex
 
                                   

CYBEX CARRYCOT S

€209.95
Britax Römer Strider M carrycot
Britax Römer
Britax Römer
 
                 

BRITAX ROMER STRIDER M CARRYCOT

€192.00

How many months is the baby in the carrycot?

About 4 to 6 months is quite usual, although it depends a lot on the baby's development, as well as the time of the year we are in.

Some babies are as big at 3 months as others at 5 months or the other way round, but in winter and early spring we delay the changeover to the pushchair more because in the carrycot they are more protected from the cold and inclement weather.

However, at the end of spring and during the summer, carrycots are used much less, as the temperature inside the carrycot is higher and the child will always be cooler, more relaxed and more comfortable in a pushchair at this time of year.

How to carry a newborn in a carrycot?

This is a good question, as it will depend on the moment.

e are always told that the carrycot is an ideal place to protect your baby when he is small, especially in winter, and that the lying position favours the development of the spine.

But if the baby has just had a feed, the most logical and normal thing to do would be to put him either on his side or in a reclined position, as if he spits up he could have a choking problem.

What is it and why is regurgitation in babies, is it normal?

Gastro-oesophageal reflux in babies, the lower oesophageal sphincter muscle is not fully developed and so the contents of the stomach back up into the oesophagus.

Babies regurgitate after breastfeeding due to swallowed air, some babies regurgitate more than others. 
Regurgitation will become less frequent and eventually disappear as the baby's muscles mature.

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