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The blog is a forum for sharing news, opinions, and activities. It’s for anyone who wants to make sure ALL babies sleep safe and grow up healthy.

SAFE SLEEP: Dads on Nap-time Duty

June 9, 2017

Dads – parenting will not be easy but your involvement is extremely important! One of the best things you can do as a father is follow the safe sleep rules. No, this is not just any other house rule. These rules are important to follow. These rules are simple steps to lower the risk of[…..]

SAFE SLEEP: Help Your Child Develop Healthy Sleep Habits

May 10, 2017

We all know the challenges that come when you say these 4 little words, “It’s time for bed”, but did you know there are simple steps you can take to make bedtime less of a struggle? One of the easiest ways to develop healthy sleep habits is by keeping a routine. Having a routine means[…..]

SAFE SLEEP: Is a Soft or Firm Mattress Better for Babies?

SAFE SLEEP: Is a Soft or Firm Mattress Better for Babies?

February 18, 2017

Your baby will spend most of their time sleeping the first few months after birth. When looking for the best baby mattress, there is no doubt that you will want to choose a soft sleep surface. A soft mattress gives the impression that your baby will sleep better. You might be thinking that a comfortable[…..]

SAFE SLEEP: Setting Up Your Baby’s Crib

November 22, 2016

As a new parent, you may be extremely excited to design a space in your home for your new son or daughter. Stuffed animals, tiny pacifiers, soft blankets (to get you through the summer and winter) and other baby products consume a corner in the room. You may want the area to be comfortable and[…..]

QT-30: How to Spend Quality Time AND Get Your Work Done

November 17, 2016

Spend at least 30 minutes with your child a day. Easy to say, but sometimes hard to do. The list of “To-Dos” never end. There is always a repeated cycle of laundry folding, dish cleaning, or other household chores to complete. Let’s face it— time is precious when you are a parent. Well, did you[…..]