Here are a few of them:

Dr. William Sears is one of the most trusted, influential pediatricians of the last 50 years.

 He says,

 “I believe the safest safest place for most for babies to sleep is in an Arm’s reach bedside co-sleeper bassinet.”

 Dr. Sears believes there is an optimal sleep distance from baby to parent.  If a mom is breastfeeding, having baby too close can encourage baby to be an “all night” feeder, but having baby too far can cause the infant to become afraid, looking for comfort.

“The co-sleeper seems to be the best distance for mom and baby to get the best night’s sleep.”

See more from Dr. Sears HERE

Dr. James McKenna is an important expert on infant sleep.  He says,

“The Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper brand bassinet represents an appropriate compromise for parents who are unsure whether or not they can provide a safe bedsharing environment for their infants. Mother and baby can enjoy close proximity, which maximizes breast-feeding; and/or important sensory exchanges between the mother and infant, and this side-by-side arrangement maximizes parental mentoring and nighttime interventions.”

Other experts include:

Author Elizabeth Pantley

Dr. JB Warton, D.O., Founder - Care Direct Medical, Lactation Specialist Chele Marmet

The New York Times, Wirecutter magazine methodically researched bedside sleepers. They considered the advice of a long list of American institutions dedicated to keeping sleeping babies safe and determined our co-sleeper "is the most convenient choice for parents who want to sleep with their baby right next to their bed." 

Other Organizations who have endorsed us:

  • American College of Nurse-Midwives

    International Lactation Consultants Association
    International Chiropractic Pediatric Association

    Attachment Parenting International
    International Twins Association

    International Association of Infant Massage

    Association of Women's Health Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses

  • lst Five
    Chase Foundation
    La Leche League International
    Military Spouse
    University of Notre Dame Mother-Baby Behavioural Sleep
    Nursing Mothers Alliance