Our experience is that parents seem to think the baby has outgrown the Deluxe size way before baby is uncomfortable. The clip at the foot end, specifically on the Grand, is intended to be used for easy portability and storing and must remain unbuckled during use. There are many users that tell us that they have used the Deluxe size up until months of age. This creates a feeling of snugness, which is very comforting for the child. It's as if the child is being held in a sense.
The Grand is a comfortable spot for toddlers to sleep in overnight and is ideal for safely easing the crib to bed transition. Some parents prefer not to co-sleep. Most cots and cribs are not snug enough for the newborn. Also, make sure not to use plush non-breathable crib bumpers. The bumpers on the Grand act as a bed guard for young kids, allowing them to settle more easily in a bigger bed and make an easier crib to bed transition. We do not recommend the larger size until baby is 9 months old.
Many parents use the Deluxe size beyond the 9 month mark, as you can unbuckle the bottom to make more room. The thicker density provides more support for younger babies and is better for tummy time.
However, in order for him to rest safely in the Grand, the Grand must be placed at a height that allows the child to safely descend on his own. Meaning, the pod must not be placed on a bed of an unmanageable height from which the child cannot descend on his own. All our pods comply with the British standard on air-permeability for infant pillows, BS This standard is the result of an objective to produce a British Standard specification for a pillow which can confidently be used in cots, perambulators etc.
The BSI Committee for Nursery Bedding has tried to consult anyone who may be able to contribute to the solution of the problem of a British Standard safe pillow, and the inquiries have included consultation with physiologists about the breathing of young children quantity and rate flow of air, psychological and other effects if air flow becomes restricted, etc. It measures the pressure in mmH2O required to allow 12 litres of air per minute through the item which is how much a baby typically breaths.
However, in order for him to rest safely in the Grand, the Grand must be placed at a height that allows the child to safely descend on their own. This shrinkage has been taken into account when cutting and sewing the pieces for the cover. Thanks to special finishing and pre-washing procedures we have taken, we have reduced the shrinkage to about 2.
Air-permeability standards were established only for infant pillows, but we decided to meet these standards for our pods. We are glad you asked! Always make sure to remove your child from the pod before transporting it to another room.
While we're on the subject, please make sure never to leave a baby unattended on any type of elevated surfaces - this includes changing tables and sofas. We have many preemy babies using them and our founder makes contributions to several maternity wards in Sweden. Doctors and nurses love our product.
Many moms report babies starting as late as 6 months or even 2 years during the onset of sleep difficulties and all babies acclimate well to the pods. The first months after baby arrives are often referred to as the "fourth trimester.
To help them cope with their new world, parents can re-create a womb-like environment for their newborns, which will also help soothe a colicky baby. It recreates the womb experience for babies by giving them a safe, snug and deliciously comfortable spot to rest and snooze.
Yes, the comforting environment has helped many babies suffering from reflux. The built-in, air-permeable bumpers act as bed rails, and give little ones a snug sense of security in their newer, bigger beds.
This position also allows for play and observation. Prop a board book open in front of your baby, or place a favorite toy within reach. Babies tend to grasp at any interesting objects, in turn encouraging weight-shifting, reaching and fine motor development.
A baby on his tummy must be watched at all times. If your baby falls asleep during tummy time, place him on his back in the pod to continue snoozing. Snoozing in the pod must be supervised. Babies will move in their sleep and as they grow, some prefer to sleep to on their tummy. The startle reflex may only last a few seconds, but some babies can startle themselves awake during sleep. Please keep the plastic pad. Many moms write in to tell us the sheer luxury of having their little one get their rest while they relax under an umbrella with them at the beach or pool.
The clip at the footend is intended to be used for easy portability and storing and must remain unbuckled during use. Our Deluxe pod is 18 inches wide x inches long [24 inches with clasps closed and 40 inches with clasps open]. The GRAND dimensions are 24 inches wide x inches long [39 inches with clasps closed and 47 inches with clasps open].
Sleepyhead is safe to use for overnight sleep as long as it is used in a childsafe and supervised environment. Numerous happy parents use our products every day. Our products are designed with safety in mind and have undergone extensive testing and even comply with voluntary standards.
Sleepyhead is a multi-functional baby and child product. Our product also passes the British Standard for air flow through infant pillows, BS , that was published in and confirmed in Used in accordance with its instructions—which include using the product on a flat, firm and stable surface, and placing a baby on his or her back to rest, with no loose items present —Sleepyhead may be used for overnight sleep.
However, children may have urgent needs and every child — no matter the environment — needs to be checked on. No product replaces a caregiver's supervision, and our products must be used in a child-safe and supervised environment.
No scientific studies show that a device prevents or reduces the risk of SIDS. SIDS is defined as "the sudden death of an infant under one year of age, which remains unexplained after a thorough case investigation, including performance of a complete autopsy, examination of the death scene, and review of the clinical history. We suggest you consult with your medical provider about the specific factors affecting your child.
Nothing is better for a baby's safety than the attention of a loving caregiver. This is why we advise that supervision is critical.
In some settings, constant supervision may be required, while in others only intermittent supervision may be required as long as the baby is put down in a proper setting.
For example, a baby should only be put to rest on his or her back, on a flat, firm and stable surface. There should be no loose items, such as soft toys or blankets, present. In an overnight sleep setting, supervision is obviously a bit different, but it is important that the parent closely supervises the sleep environment and regularly checks on the sleeping infant. In an overnight setting, we suggest our pods be used in one of two ways: For room-sharing, as a crib reducer 2.
For bed-sharing, as a co-sleeper What is in the sleep environment matters. Below is a summary that highlights some of the issues to be concerned with as you make your own decisions about where and how your infant should sleep. Room-sharing If you are not bedsharing with your baby, we advocate room-sharing. A baby should only be put to rest on his or her back, on a flat, firm, and stable surface.
A sleeping parent — who is not a smoker, not under the influence of sedatives, medication or drugs, nor intoxicated by alcohol or any other sort of substance that impairs judgment or consciousness — is what can be called semi-alert, which means able to arouse easily from sleep to detect or discover and respond to an infant in some kind of trouble. Bed-sharing Co-sleeping is a personal choice made by families that we hope is only made after careful consideration and consultation with personal medical professionals.
Any family who co-sleeps must be careful and mindful of the risks, including that there is a chance that the baby can suffocate if a parent or pet accidentally overlays the baby, that adult beds have pillows and blankets that pose a suffocation risk, and that a baby may fall or become entrapped if the baby scoots to the edge of the bed. Non-smoking, sober breastfeeding mothers and partners who likewise accept and welcome and adopt safety precautions altogether make for the creation of the most safe bedsharing environment.
If a parent chooses to co-sleep with their child with the Sleepyhead, below are some suggestions on how to reduce risks: If bedsharing, both parents should agree and feel comfortable with the decision. Each bed-sharer should agree that he or she is equally responsible for the infant and acknowledge before sleeping that they are aware that the infant is present in the bed space. Do not place an infant in the bed with a sleeping adult who is not aware that the infant is in the bed with them.
Always ensure the baby is on its back. Position the Sleepyhead securely in the middle of your bed, avoiding either end or side of the mattress to reduce the risk of a fall. Keep pets and siblings out of the bed.
Do not co-sleep if a smoker. Persons taking sedatives, medications or drugs, or intoxicated from alcohol or other substances, or otherwise unable to arouse easily from sleep, should not co-sleep on the same surface with the infant. Make sure to keep all pillows and bedding away from baby, to reduce risk of overlaying and overheating.
If two caregivers are sleeping in bed with the baby, make sure they have separate duvets or blankets. The mattress must always tightly intersect with the bed-frame to leave no gaps or space. Never bedshare in a waterbed. Excessively long hair on a parent should be tied up to reduce the risk of entanglement around the infant's neck. We appreciate that some are strongly for co-sleeping and some are strongly opposed to co-sleeping, but that, ultimately, many families make the decision to do so.
We hope that any family that chooses to do so does so as safely as possible. Whether a family chooses to co-sleep should be a decision the family makes after careful consideration, and, again, ideally, after consultation with the family medical provider.
For room-sharing, as a crib reducer For bed-sharing, as a co-sleeper What is in the sleep environment matters. A baby should only be put to rest on his or her back, on a flat, firm, and stable surfaces.
Persons taking sedatives, medications or drugs, or intoxicated from alcohol or other substances, or otherwise unable to arouse easily from sleep, should [inserted comma] not co-sleep on the same surface with the infant.
All babies require supervision. No product replaces parental supervision. Co-sleeping is a personal choice made by families that we hope is only made after careful consideration and consultation with personal medical professionals. All covers are machine washable. Wash with similar colors and place inside a washing bag. We recommend using a detergent without bleach.
Dry-cleaning is possible, but not necessary. For environmental reasons, we do not recommend it.
В© 2016 - 2018 Business_Blog. All rights reserved | Template by W3layouts