The ABC's of Sleep

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Share the room, not the bed. Always place your baby alone in a crib, bassinet, or play yard with a firm mattress. The safest place for your baby to sleep is in your room (within arm’s reach), but not in your bed. This way, you can easily breastfeed and bond with your baby. Never nap on a couch or chair while holding your baby and don’t lay your baby down on adult beds, chairs, sofas, waterbeds, air mattresses, pillows, or cushions.
  
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Back is best for baby. Always put your baby to sleep on their back. Healthy babies naturally swallow or cough up their spit up, so your baby will not choke if he’s on his back.
  
  
Bare is Best. Many parents believe their baby won’t be safe and warm without bumper pads, blankets, pillows, and stuffed animals, but these items can be deadly. Babies can suffocate on any extra item in the crib.

Place your baby to sleep in a safety-approved crib with a firm mattress covered by a fitted sheet. Sleep clothing like fitted, appropriate-sized sleepers and sleep sacks, are safer for baby than blankets!
  

Links 

Owlet Baby Monitors
Safe Sleep
Secure Beginnings Mattresses
Woombie Swaddles
Cribs for Kids
Halo Sleepers
First Candle
American Academy of Pediatrics
Charlie's Kids Foundation