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The Consumer Product Safety Commission does not offer any guidance on crib rail cover safety. That’s unfortunate, because parents need to know what to look for in a crib rail cover and how to make sure it’s installed safely. Plastic crib rail covers have limited value and create potential hazards. They snap off too easily and do not absorb drool. While packaging will indicate if the plastic crib rail covers are BPA and phthalate free, parents may also be uncomfortable with potential off-gassing of the products when they come out...

Our friends over at Cutie Bees organic baby clothing are giving away a FREE, organic bodysuit for babies and toddlers!  First 50 orders!  Adorable designs.  We love the tips from the Cutie Bees Non-Toxic Mommy Blog and learned so much.  As a parent it's scary to know that our kids' clothes are drenched with harmful chemicals and toxins.  Here are some important tips and please share to help spread the word. Plus the link to get your free bodysuit is below. Why Choose Non-Toxic Clothing? More than 8,000 chemicals are...

From the moment you bring your new addition home from the hospital, you feel a deep responsibility to keep your baby safe. You probably began baby-proofing your house weeks in advance to prepare for your new bundle of joy. You are also probably quite confident that your top-to-bottom baby-proofing tactics are effective, but there are still hidden hazards that slip under so many parents’ radar. Something as simple as your baby’s nursery can even be of danger. Many new parents let “cuteness” and color schemes to be the deciding factor...

As a parent, there are a hundred different items you need to keep everyone safe and comfortable. You need the crib, changing table, and car seat. You need the swing, a lounger, and more clothes than you’ve ever owned for yourself.But then there are some items you aren’t sure about. Is a Diaper Genie necessary? What about a play yard? You have the heavy duty outdoor stroller, but do you need a lightweight indoor version? Technically you don’t any of these items, but they make life a lot easier. But...

Summer’s here, which means a lot of us are traveling. A lot of parents avoid plane travel because they’re worried their child will panic and cause a scene. With a few simple tips, plane travel is usually not a problem. 1. Know the breastfeeding policy – If you’re nursing, know the breastfeeding policy of the airline. Even though you should have free rights, it’s not worth a fight. You might have to use pumped milk for a bottle. 2. Send supplies ahead – Rather than lug the stroller, infant seat,...

During the first year of your child’s life, sleep is absolutely vital. Other than food and loving arms, your baby needs little else. It’s important that the space your baby sleeps in be as safe as possible, mostly to prevent SIDS, but also to facilitate restful sleep. Here is a list of tips you should use to ensure your child’s sleep space is safe. Use a firm sleep surface, like a sturdy mattress with just a fitted sheet. Keep blankets, pillows, bumpers or toys outside of an infant’s crib. Do...

Knowing that your baby is safe and sound when it comes time to place them down in the crib will give you the peace of mind to go about your life normally. Due to this, creating a safe sleep environment for baby should be a number one priority. Here are some important things to know when it comes to crib safety: 1. Keep Crib Empty It's important to keep cribs empty of all items such as pillows, blankets, bumper pads and stuffed animals. All of these items pose suffocation hazards to...

It’s important that the furniture we use in our nursery be as safe as possible. The government watches baby products for safety, but not the toxic chemicals used inside. It’s up to us as consumers to make sure our kids are safe. Here are some of the most common toxins in baby furniture and how you can avoid them. 1. Flame retardants are a unique category of toxins. They were originally designed to keep soft materials from catching fire, but the chemicals used are especially unsafe. They have been linked...

Babywearing is the concept of carrying your baby or toddler in a sling around your body. Usually infants are carried in the front. When your child is older, you could wear him/her on your back. Babywearing offers a ton of benefits to mom and child. Babies cry less – For the same reason a baby stops crying when his mother picks up him, a baby in a sling cries less often. When mom is always there to offer comfort, your baby will cry less, even when they are out of...

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