Stefanie Schroeder. Baby Cribs. October 20th , 2017.
Baby Crib Safety - Everything You Need to Know. As parents there is nothing more important than your babies safety. And the place your baby spends most of its time is their crib. It is said a baby spends at least 70% of their time sleeping. If you think that your baby is protected at all times when sleeping, then think again. There are many thing you can do to make sure your babies crib is safe.
With a hardwood construction, this crib has a beautiful design and will add a touch of class to many nurseries, with the gorgeous fluted post design it is stylish and has plenty of substance too.
Of course safety should be a priority when searching for a baby crib, and therefore safety is a priority for companies such as LaJobi, as their Europa Baby Collections are safety certified and meet the latest safety standards criteria, they are all JPMA certified and conform to CPSC and ASTM safety standards. The finishes and items that are painted are free from lead and heavy metals.
To have casters or not to have casters that is the question! Now casters can make life easier for parents with moving the crib around the house or room to room as needed but cribs on casters can easily be tipped or pushed over. It is a safer option to go without casters. When it comes to your babies crib bedding it is best to go for a firm mattress and minimal bedding and items in the crib. Keep away from using things such as bumpers and cushions in the crib as these could potentially cause suffocation.
Today`s standards state that there should be no more than 60mm`s between the cribs bars. If a larger gap is used you baby my slip through the bars or become stuck in them. Make sure your crib is made out of hardwood such as oak, ash or maple. Use of a hardwood means that no matter what your baby/toddler does the cot pieces will not become loose or broken.
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