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How to Choose a Safe Mobile for Your Baby. Securely Attach the Baby Mobile to the Crib. A fallen mobile can literally be a death trap for your infant. It can cause strangulation Measure the String Length. Register Crib Toys With the Manufacturer.

Don’t Put the Mobile Within Reach. Always install mobiles securely and according to the manufacturer’s directions. Perform regular hardware checks to ensure your baby’s mobile remains securely fastened, and make sure to register your chosen model. If a product is recalled for safety reasons, registered users.

Mobiles come in three basic designs: They clip onto the side rails of your baby’s crib, attach to your baby’s car seat or stroller, or dangle from the ceiling. While pretty pastel mobiles might catch your attention, babies prefer black and white for the. You need to find one that catches your baby’s attention.

If your baby has never looked twice at a monkey, you probably shouldn’t buy a mobile with monkeys. Try to identify what toys seem to intrigue your little one. If your baby loves Elmo, try to find a mobile with the Sesame Street characters. Unfortunately, if two magnets connect together after they are swallowed, they can cause an intestinal blockage or more serious problems. 3. Children at this age pull, prod and twist toys.

Look for toys that are well-made with tightly secured eyes, noses, and other parts. All toys you select for your baby or toddler should meet safety standards. The tips below can help you find safe toys for your little one. At home, check them often for loose or broken parts.

Check to see if a toy has been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on their recall. The mattress should be very firm and should not sag under your baby’s weight. It should fit snugly, with no space between it and the crib walls. Raised crib sides should be at least 26 inches above the mattress support in its lowest position.

Periodically lower the mattress as your child gets taller. If you want your baby nearby, keep the crib or bassinet close to your bed. Cradles, which are less popular than bassinets, should rock gently. (Those. There is nothing worse than finally finding the perfect curtains or the baby bedding of your dreams only to discover the color scheme clashes with your paint job.

Given the astounding array of available paint colors and the prevalence of color-match technology, it’s definitely easier to choose your textiles first and then buy paint to match. An infant car seat is one of the most important items of baby gear that you’re going to need as a new parent. If you plan on ever taking your little one along in your car, it’s a must-have—and most hospitals won’t discharge you without one.

But with so many different models, and so much pressure to pick the safest ride for your little one, figuring out which one to choose can be a big.

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The best way to decide what works best for you and your child is to try the carriers — with the child on board — and compare the fit and feel.

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Make sure the base is larger than the seat, so that your baby can’t tip it over when she gets active.

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