I never give safety advice based on anecdotes or experience (although I do give examples of my family’s experiences). The best place to get safety information is from the experts, and in Canada, this is Health Canada. They recommend the following:
Never place your baby’s crib near:
As soon as your baby can sit upright or push up on his hands and knees, you should:
To avoid the risk of suffocation, you should never:
Want to read more? Visit:
Is Your Child Safe? - Canada.ca
Safe Sleep – Cribs and Infant Products | CPSC.gov
As the founder of LuLé and a proud mom, I am passionate about helping you make the right decisions for your baby. All blog posts are based on information found on respected government or institutional websites, such as Health Canada.