8 Best Bassinets of 2019

These comfy sleepers will get baby (and you) through those first few months.

While most of us spend an endless amount of time searching for the perfect crib to anchor our nurseries, the reality is that your crib will probably just sit there collecting dust for those first few months. The adjustment period with a newborn is hard enough without having to go in and out rooms all night long. You’ll likely want your new bundle of a joy in a cozier sleep oasis right next to your bed. So before you look up one more crib, prioritize what comes first and choose the right bassinet for you. After all, it is going to be part of your room decor for a few months. Here are 8 of our favorites.

1. Arm’s Reach Ideal Co-Sleeper The perfect option for the family who plans to co-sleep. $224.99

2. BabyBjorn Cradle A breathable cradle that has the ability to gently rock your little one to sleep. $295.79

nestas nest

3. Nesta’s Nest Made of 100% wool and eco-certified wood, this is a unique bassinet for the sustainable baby. $768

nuna sena

4. Nuna Sena Mini Travel Cot This comfy travel cot folds up with just one hand and even transitions from a bassinet into a playard. $150

Halo Bassinest Swivel Sleeper

5. Halo Bassinest Swivel Sleeper The only Bassinet to swivel 360 degrees for easier accessibility to your little. $250

SNOO Smart Sleeper

6. SNOO A smart bassinet that responds to your baby’s cries and movements to boost sleep for everyone in the family. $1,295

Chicco® LullaGo® Nest Portable

7.  Chicco LullaGo Bassinet A portable bassinet with full breathable mesh sides that folds in a jiffy. $99 (without the canopy)

Fisher-Price® Smart Connect™

8. Fisher-Price Soothing Motions Bassinet A mesh bassinet that helps ease your baby to sleep with a gentle swaying motion, calming vibrations and soothing sounds. $172.99

Kaity Velez

Kaity Velez

KAITY VELEZ is the Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Well Rounded. Kaity is a former menswear editor who cannot believe she was ever scared of being a mom. Currently residing with her toddler and fiancé in her beloved Brooklyn, she is kept in a constant state of awe by her two little guys. You can often track her down at her local pie shop working on anything pregnancy and new mom-related. And trying to not to eat pie. At least not too much of it.

Comments {1}

  1. Nesta’s Nest is definitely a great choice for your babies bassinets, although it is more expensive than the others, but it is surely of high quality.

    Michelle

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