Is there an optional center divider rail for use with twins?
One of our childbirth education instructors is saying that with twins, the co-sleeper would be a suffocation/ SIDS danger and recommends individual cribs. We have individual cribs ready to go when babies are more mobile, but for now with non-drop-sides in cribs it will be very difficult for me, a short woman recovering from C-section, to handle reaching and lifting babies in the first few weeks. I think the co-sleeper is perfect for c-section mom with twins. Once the children can roll over and scoot around freely, then we plan on using the regular cribs to sleep and the co-sleepers' other attribute as a travel play yard. What can you recommend?
Various sleep solutions are up the parent and their pediatrician. We recommend that you consult with your pediatrician for the best sleep solution for you and your babies. However, you may want to consider two of the Arm's Reach Mini Co-sleeper b***inets or two individual cradles as a solution.