Keeping Our Littles Safe

Keeping Our Littles Safe

Babies can suffocate when placed to sleep on their stomachs and/or are able to roll from back to stomach position. To reduce the risk of SIDS, pediatricians recommend health infants to be placed on their backs to sleep, unless otherwise advised by your physician. 

Never use swaddles/sleep bags with an undersized infant, where the swaddle/ sleep bag cannot be snug fitting

Infant should be lightly clothes when swaddled to sleep. Room temperature should be about 67 degrees to 73 degrees. 

At all times, fabric from the swaddle should never be positioned around the infants mouth and nose. 

1.0 Tog: Ideal room temperature. 69-73 Degrees/ 21-23 degrees

When deciding on what size to purchase for your little babe, keep in mind that our sleep suits are extra long in length to provide lots of space for them to grow. So we highly recommend a snug fit around neck and arm holes for safe sleep. 

Please refer to our "sizing" link, located at the bottom of our home page to help choose the correct sizing for your child. 

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