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Twins

The Safababy "Sleeper" has been extremely popular with parents of twins. Parents wanting their twins to share a bed but not face-to-face, have purchased the "Sleeper" to achieve just that, whilst maintaining the "feet-to-foot" position. This also allows the locating of the twins more easily in the parents room with the use of a single cot or preferably cot bed.

Safety

The Safababy Sleeper allows parents to feel comfortable using traditional blankets and top sheets - providing greater flexibility for keeping baby warm at various room temperatures. The use of blankets not only allows parents to choose the correct amount of bedding required to keep baby warm dependant on the room temperature but also allows blankets to be gently added or removed without having to disturb baby in its sleep. Babies are also able to move away from the bedding should they become too hot.Organisations such as the department of health clearly state that sheets and lightweight blankets should be used providing they do not cover babies head in any way. Using lightweight blankets and sheets with a "Sleeper" will help parents to create the safest advised sleeping environment for baby. For information on safe sleeping visit: (www.doh.gov.uk/cotdeath)

A number of years ago the European style baby "sleeping" bags have been introduced to the UK nursery market. For the majority of babies, sleeping bags are not advised for use until baby has reached 10lbs in weight (approximately six weeks old). Statistics show that the average newborn baby weighs somewhere in the region of between six and eight pounds. Therefore, lightweight blankets and top sheets still remain a necessary purchase for parents of a newborn. Using a Safababy "Sleeper" in the cot keeps lightweight blankets and top sheets firmly in place, giving reassurance that blankets and top sheets are perfectly safe to use from birth, and eliminating the need for additional purchases.

According to one leading baby charity "The majority of shops (67%) failed to ensure that cot displays were made up to demonstrate the "Feet-to-Foot" position". Safababy agree that both retailers and their consumer¹s should be made aware of the risks of over heating and stores can play an important role in this aim.




What is the maximum size cot that the Saferbaby Sleeper will fit?

The Saferbaby Sleeper will fit a cot upto 75cm in width.

What is the Saferbaby Sleeper made from?

It is made from Food Grade Polypropylene.

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