Parents want to provide the safest sleep environment for their infants, but, unfortunately, our adult conceptions of comfort and safety are not always appropriate for babies. Take this quiz to find out what you should and shouldn't include in a baby's crib.
How Well Do You Know Crib Safety?
Bedding can pose a risk for sudden infant death syndrome.
Softer bedding is safer and more comfortable for the baby.
Bumpers protect rather than harm a baby.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that the only thing in a crib should be a baby.
By removing soft materials from cribs, the AAP documented a 40 percent drop in cases of SIDS.