Published at Saturday, 05 May 2018. crib. By Agata Sundberg.
The placement of your baby`s cot in the nursery is another important safety factor. Avoid placing the cot near windows¯ especially those with curtains or blinds. Cords on window coverings are a leading cause of strangulation in young children.
Newborns spend most of their time sleeping¯ sometimes as long as twenty hours a day¯ so choosing the right cot is an extremely important decision. Cots are available in many styles and designs¯ making it easy to find just the right color to match your baby`s nursery furniture. Most infant cots have sides that drop down to make it easier to pick up your baby and some models will grow with your child¯ transforming into a toddler bed when your child outgrows the cot.
Your baby`s cot should meet the current infant bedding safety standards. The bars should be at least 45mm apart to prevent your baby`s arms and legs from becoming trapped between them¯ but no more than 65mm apart so her head will not slip through.
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