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Baby Bassinets

by: Randy Wilson
Baby bassinets are portable cradles. The difference being that a cradle is bigger and is usually left in one place. A bassinet is smaller and portable.

Most come as complete sets including the bumpers, sheet and mattress. Occasionally even a baby blanket is included to match the theme of the set.

The average price is anywhere between $60 and $120 including the accessories. However, you can find them anywhere between $40 to $300.

When looking for a bassinet find one with a sturdy bottom that will support the mattress. Also check to see that the spindles are no wider than three and a half inches apart for safety.

They are used for the first 3 to 4 months. After that the baby will usually have outgrown the bassinet.

Copyright Randy Wilson, All Rights Reserved.

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Randy is owner of How to Plan a Baby Shower, Profitable Home Businesses and Las Vegas Weddings. Randy owned and operated a very successful storefront/mailorder business from 1988 to 2003.

 

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