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Too much soft stuff under baby and tummy sleeping.... :/

Too much soft stuff in the baby's sleep environment AND bed sharing.

In countries where co-sleeping and breastfeeding are the cultural norm rates of sudden infant death syndrome are significantly lower. In Japan for example, where co-sleeping is standard and bed sizes are indicated by how many children can comfortably sleep alongside parents, the rates of sudden infant death syndrome are the lowest in the world.

Way tooooooo much soft stuff in this baby's sleep environment and in adult bed. This is a suffocation hazard and a SIDS risk.

After you take your cute picture, remember to remove all blankets from baby's sleep environment and put baby to sleep on his/her back.

Remove loose blankets from your baby's sleep environment. Babies should not sleep on top of soft items like blankets.

Bed sharing / co-sleeping facts.

co-sleeping :) Why? The same reason partners sleep together: Because bonding happens while we sleep. Human infants are designed to be attached to parents, certainly not in a separate room.

Children Should Sleep Near Parents Until 5

Breastfeeding is an unsentimental metaphor for how love works, in a way. You don't decide how much and how deeply to love - you respond to the beloved, and give with joy exactly as much as they want.

Science of Sleep - how other cultures sleep, and how babies and children sleep within those cultures.