October Is SIDS Awareness Month

Do you know what safe sleep looks like? An empty crib is a safe crib!! Never put baby to sleep on a soft surface. Use a crib with a firm mattress that fits snugly, and only use a fitted sheet. Never have any loose blankets, toys or bumpers in the crib, and never use any wedges or positioners. Always put baby on back for sleeping. It is generally agreed upon, that once a baby is able to roll over, there is no need to move him back on to his back, if he prefers sleeping on his tummy, but still place him on his back, when you put him in the crib. The recommended temperature for baby’s room is 68-72°F. It is very important baby never overheats, and is dressed appropriately for sleep based on the

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