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Babyhome Dream Cot ~ The Perfect Sleep Solution For Your Little One!

Bringing home newborn twins is an overwhelming feat in its self but deciding what the best gear to use can really send new parents over the edge. In our house the nursery is upstairs so figuring out where the babies would sleep downstairs was one of the first decisions to make. We knew we were short on space and wanted something that could be easily moved around the house if needed. The Babyhome Dream Cot was the perfect solution.

BabyHome dream cot
The aluminum frame, weighing only 13lbs and the optional wheels, make it very easy to move from room to room.  The outside cover comes in many stylish colors and patterns that can be easily removed and washed. I chose turquoise for a fun and modern addition to our living room.

Babyhome Dream Cot - side view

Our boys love the foam mattress and honeycomb pad, and I loved how easy it was to change and clean the fitted sheet. The mattress fits snug in the cot with no crevices or gaps to ensure the safety of our babies.
Another great thing about the Dream Cot that distinguishes it from other products is the ability to go from stationary to a rocker with the click of a button. Using it for newborns the rocking motion was wonderful but as the boys got older I loved that I was able to keep it stationary and sturdy for their naps.

babyhome dream cot wheel position

Babyhome Dream Cot - rocker

The light color and depth of the cot is very calming for them as they are able to sleep soundly while we can move around the house without being a distraction.

Babyhome Dream Cot
While the price tag is a little steeper than other bassinets and sleepers, the functionality of the Babyhome Dream Cot is worth every penny!

babyhome dream cot oilo collaboration

Included with the cot is a travel bag, pad, breathable pad and fitted sheet. It is recommended for babies 0-6 months. Additional fitted sheets and a waterproof mattress pad is available as well on their website.

About the author


Mariel Wright is an Atlanta native and the mother of infant twin boys, James and Dylan. She graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in Business and Hospitality Management. Prior to joining motherhood Mariel worked for Starwood Hotels and Marcus Hotels and Resorts in Sales and Marketing.

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  • Did you put both babies in the same one? or did you have two? trying to find one bassinet that would fit them both!

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