View Full Version : Tucker Sling and Wedge
04-12-2010, 12:33 AM
The doctor sent us home with these on loan from the hospital's OT/PT dept. AAAGH, I am so frustrated. The first night, Zack slept six hours straight in it at home(on the floor in our room, which was his spot before surgery as he hates his crib), second night was horrible, and so far tonight has been way worse. I finally pulled him out of it, laid him on the floor with his head on a pillow and nursed him back to sleep. It was tossed across the room in a dramatic fashion! Ugh. I know its important to keep their head elevated for the first week or two, any suggestions from those who have used one of these contraptions!?!?
Rebecca and Zack:sigh
04-12-2010, 09:29 AM
:uh I didn't keep Fiona's head elevated, she hated it, and would just end up on the other side of the crib, so I let her sleep the way she wanted....with me.
04-20-2010, 01:04 PM
The sling was used for a few nights and we gave up! He is back to sleeping about half the night on his crib mattress beside our bed and the other side sandwiched between mom and dad, where he likes to be! A co-sleeping baby isn't ideal, but we'll get back to the crib soon I hope, probably this summer when we move back to Calgary and he gets his own bedroom :)
04-20-2010, 03:00 PM
We just used a pillow but i have heard great things about the nap nanny (created by a mom here in philly) looks way more comfy for the same price.
04-20-2010, 03:12 PM
I love, love the nap nanny!! My first two kids slept in their carseats so much I splurged and bought this for Sawyer before he was born. He's 7.5 months old and still sleeps all night in it. When he went into the hospital with bronchiolitis I took it there too and he slept all night. I'm thinking of checking it on the plane so we can take it to Dallas with us for his surgery.
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