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Thursday, 13 September 2018 13:16:34 Africa/Nairobi

Co-sleeping with your baby?-You could be risking SIDS (Sudden infant death syndrome)

Sudden infant death syndrome, commonly known as SIDS, Is the sudden death, of a baby below twelve months of age, which can not be attributed to any prior illness ,usually during sleep.

Sharing a bed with your baby increases the risk of SIDS. The risk is higher among mothers who smoke.
There is also a smaller but significant risk among parents who could be non smokers.

According to the safe sleep guidance UK, the risk factors for bed sharing include;

  • Adult mattresses are not designed for infants.
  • Adult pillows and bedding's may contribute to suffocation.
  • Adult duvets may contribute to overheating.
  • other children/ pets sharing the parental bed may lead to suffocation or overheating.Pets should NEVER be left to share a bed with the baby.
  • infants may be squashed or suffocated by parents or others while in bed.
  • infants may roll out of bed and may get injured
  • Infants may get wedged in the bed or may wriggle in to a position from which they cant get out

Always consider putting the baby to sleep in their crib/cot. If put to sleep in an adult bed, they shouldn't be left unsupervised.
If circumstances for bed sharing are unavoidable, consider consulting your pediatrician.

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Thursday, 9 June 2016 12:13:24 Africa/Nairobi

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Understanding your child is definitely one of the most effective ways of becoming a successful parent. Children turn out best when parents are actively involved in their lives. Provision of material needs is not enough. Physical presence coupled with active involvement in your child’s life is what will set him or her apart from the rest. It is also quite crucial to note that a child’s personality is greatly influenced by the parent’s involvement in the early stages of their life. Right from conception.  While we provide you with the top range products for child care we are also enthused to provide you with tips and tricks that will make your parenting journey easier ranging from health and safety to basic home management tricks. We look forward to interacting with you and are very sure this will be quite interesting a journey.  We assure you this platform will help mould our babies into the most amazing people we could ever think of.

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