It seems as though safety recommendations are constantly changing. From the newest car seat laws to the preferred age for beginning solid foods, there’s a lot to keep tabs on. Crib safety is no exception.Within the past few years, new safety standards for cribs have been released along with updated recommendations made by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). If you’re a new parent, grandparent, or caregiver, you’ll want check out the what constitutes best practices for crib safety. After all, a safe baby is everyone’s goal. Is Your Crib...
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