Pack N Play Mattress

posted 3 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
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1249 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@megz06:  I did not want to risk a squishy mattress in the Pack ‘n Play. When the children got older, I took a foam mattress pad and cut it to size. It worked perfectly. 

Post # 4
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664 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

We have one, and it’s very supportive. The bassinet level is a firm surface with a thin layer of padding, which is exactly what you want for a new baby. If you’re worried about it you could do as the pp suggested and add some foam, but it isn’t really necessary.

Post # 6
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664 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@megz06:  Not dumb at all! I think I was the one who wasn’t clear. I meant the crib part (the big, flat level). Mine’s second hand, so I don’t have the rocker, but it has a thing with it to raise the crib part so it’s higher for newborns. I don’t know what the rocker would be like, but we put DD down to sleep on the flat crib part all the time. 

Post # 8
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370 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

We use our PNP in the living room – under the bassinet and changing features there’s a level with a thin mattress. It should come with one sheet, so I recommend you buy an extra or 2!

Does not require any additional padding or anything. 

Post # 9
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2783 posts
Sugar bee

@megz06:  the bottom of the pack n play was a little padding and it’s fine for baby. My daughter is two and still sleeps in her pack n play at daycare.

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