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Choose a bassinet or cradle with a sturdy bottom and a wide, stable base. There should be no sharp points or edges on the inside or outside, or small parts that could be a choking. List of JPMA Certified Bassinets. June 13, 2019 by babybassinetworld. List of JPMA Certified Bassinets The JPMA Certification Program is a voluntary program that manufacturers can choose to join to easily and efficiently fulfill all necessary testing requirements for juvenile products sold in the United States.
Arm’s Reach. Crib vs. Bassinet. Most families put a crib, bassinet or both on their baby registry.. Why do some families decide to use both?
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that babies share a room (but not a bed) with their parents for at least the first six months and preferably for one year. Many parents use a bassinet that is small enough to fit in their room for a few months. E. How to choose the best bassinet.
After having some basic information about bassinets, I will show you the most important factors that you should consider carefully to pick the best bassinet for your infant. 1. Safety certification. Manufacturers could comply with Child Safety Standards (ASTM) that is indicated by the JPMA seal. The Arm’s Reach Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper creates a safe co-sleeping environment that keeps your baby within “arm’s reach” on their own sleep surface while you stay cozy in your bed. The walls of the Clear-Vue are primarily composed of a breathable mesh but have a few fabric panels around the edges and corners.
Based on our testing, we feel that the Clear-Vue has the best sleeping surface. Final Rule: Oct. 23, 2013 Effective Date (For most of the rule): April 23, 2014 Effective Date for removable bassinet bed attachments: April 23, 2015 The new federal standard incorporates by reference the voluntary standard (ASTM F2194-13), Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Bassinets and Cradles, with five modifications.
The modifications includ. The sidewall lowers down to make your baby lie down right at the same level as you. And it doesn’t take a C-section for mom to want to relax a bit after birthing a baby!
We loved how the feet fit right under the side of our bed or sofa. The CJ Foundation certified this bassinet as the safest alternative to bed-sharing for reducing SIDS risk. Never let the baby unattended in a bassinet.
Be close to the baby. Since you choose to keep the bassinet co-sleep close to your bed. During the nap times or when busy with household things, check in between if the baby is safely lying in the bassinet. There aren’t issues initially, but by the time your baby starts rolling on sides, it is.
Learn How to Put Your Baby to Sleep Safely. If you just had a baby, are expecting, or are taking care of a young infant it’s important to create a safe sleep environment for your baby. Because babies spend much of their time sleeping, the nursery should be the safest room in the house. Take a few moments to learn about safe sleep.
Rocking your newborn to sleep in a cozy bassinet can be very soothing. However, the rocking feature can have drawbacks. As your baby gets more mobile, the motion could actually tilt some bassinets enough to press baby against the edge, which puts her at risk for suffocation.
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