Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 best cot or cotbed

Buying a cot for your little one's nursery can be a big investment. Here are the best buys for your baby's bedroom

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The first question to ask yourself when you’re buying a bed for your baby is do you want a cot or a cotbed? The latter costs more than the former but will last you longer. Check out our buyers guide to cots to see which is right for you. Other things you’ll need to consider are: what about the mattress as you often need to buy this separately? There are different types available. Do you need a travel cot that you can take away with you? Once you’ve got an idea what you’re after, feast your eyes on these lovely best buys, all competing for a coveted Practical Parenting Magazine award

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Ladybird Evie Cot Bed

Ladybird Evie Cot Bed

The Ladybird Evie Cot Bed is excellent value and includes a three position mattress base as well as clear and non toxic teething rails. £99

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KUB Nesta Cot/Daybed

KUB Nesta Cot/Daybed

The KUB Nesta has a three position base allowing parents easy access to their child at every stage of their development and quickly converts from a cot to a daybed. £300

How much sleep does your baby need?


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Mothercare Summer Oak Cot Bed

Mothercare Summer Oak Cot Bed

The Mothercare Summer Oak Cot Bed is suitable up to the age of 5 years, easy to assemble and looks great whether in cot or bed mode. £300

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Babybjorn Travel Cot Light

Babybjorn Travel Cot Light

The Babybjorn Travel Cot Light folds out in a single movement and features a soft mattress, just like at home. £199.99. Read our reviews of the Babybjorn Travel Cot Light

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