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Safety

Basket Safety

 
To help prevent and avoid any falls, do not use baskets once infant is able to push up onto her/his hands and knees or reaches the recommended maximum weight, whichever comes first. Product is recommended for use until your baby is 3-4 months, 20 lbs and/or when baby can roll over, push up or crawl. Whichever limit comes first.


Be aware that infants can suffocate in gaps between an extra pad and the side of the moses basket. You should NEVER add a pillow, padding, mattress, bumper pads or comforter. Use ONLY the pad and/or bedding provided. Use only the sheet provided with the pad.  DO NOT use the pad/bedding with any other moses basket or bassinet. Pad is designed to fit the dimensions of your basket.  


It is recommended by pediatricians that all healthy infants be placed on their backs to sleep TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SIDS, unless otherwise advised by your physician. 


BASKETS should ALWAYS be placed on a firm and flat surface. DO NOT place it on tables, near stairs, or on any elevated surfaces. It is recommended to place the handles of the basket in an outward position when baby is in side. 


DO NOT move/carry the basket with your baby inside of it. It is recommended that you remove your baby first. DO NOT attach toys or place toys with strings or cords in or around the basket to avoid strangulation or choking. DO NOT allow pets and/or other children to climb into the basket while your baby is inside.  AVOID the use of plastic bags inside the basket. DO NOT leave infant unattended.


KEEP BASKET AWAY from ALL heaters, fires/flames, stoves, fireplaces, camp fires, open windows, water (running or standing), stairs, window blinds, and ANY and ALL other hazards which could cause injury