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Safer Sleep Campaign gives co-sleeping advice

The campaign explains that the safest place for a baby to sleep is in a clear, flat, separate sleep space.  However a recent survey suggests that many parents co-sleep, sometimes accidentally and the campaign also shares how to make a bed a safer place for planned or accidental co-sleeping. 

A recent report from the National Child Mortality Database showed that many babies die in hazardous co-sleeping situations, which is why every new and expectant parent needs to know the advice on how to co-sleep more safely. 

Co-sleeping with your baby: advice from The Lullaby Trust - The Lullaby Trust


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