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A new type of baby bassinet is going to be available next month from HALO, (a unique company providing innovative products with the mission "...to put the health, safety and well-being of babies first").

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This new product called the HALO "Bassinest" is a portable sleeper that swivels and allows parents to place the baby at the bedside in a safe space. The side wall of the sleeper lowers and retracts so it is easy to reach in or check on the baby without getting up. The Bassinest Swivel Sleeper has a 360 degree range of motion and adjust to all bed heights.

Check the link above for a video demonstration. The website also provides important facts about bed sharing and safe sleep for babies.

The founder of the company, Bill Schmid and his wife lost their first born to SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) so they have a clear focus on all their products such as SleepSack wearable blankets and Healthy Hips Diaper Covers. The HALO corporate office in located in Minnetonka, MN.

In the San Antonio area, some of the local stores that will be carrying this product include "Cribs and Kids" located at 1309 Loop 1604 West and "Sugarplum Dreams" located on Basse Road.

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