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September 16, 2007


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I don't find the blanket in that "Safe Crib" picture to be safe either. Even if it's tucked in, it's not a good idea to put a blanket in a crib with a sleeping baby. They should have a wearable blanket like those made by Halo.

Janice Bradford

This is a very interesting post. As far as the safety of bumpers on the crib, I believe a lot of it has to do with how well they're secured to the crib and then not leaving them on the crib when your baby is pulling up.

Chris Levy

This is very interesting as I have often relied upon the JPMA's research and judgement for child-safe products. I will definitely be following this closely and looking for updated information.


This is great info for me as well, I retail crib sets and I can now be better informed on this topic.

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