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JPMA Baby Safety Month

September 3rd marked the official start of the Baby Safety Month. The campaign, established by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) more than three decades ago, is held in September each year, and helps raise visibility around safety concerns for babies and young children.

This year, JPMA focuses on helping parents and caregivers navigate safety concerns associated with the “ages and stages” of early childhood, providing actionable tips and useful resources for selecting and using products designed to support the safety of babies and young children as they grow and explore their world.

Safe Sleep for Babies – by AAP & CPSC

June 14th, 2016|Categories: Dos and Don'ts, Safe Sleep|Tags: , , , , , |

The safest place for a baby to sleep is in a safe crib. A safe crib is one that meets CPSC’s strong federal safety standards. This includes a clutter-free crib - meaning no pillows, heavy quilts, thick blankets, pillow-like stuffed toys or other large stuffed toys and no child carrying devices, recliners or sleep positioners.