Safe Sleep — Is It Safe To Co-Sleep With My Baby?

Is It Safe To Co-Sleep With My Baby?

Posted by Robyn Hunt on

The majority of reputable medical organisations agree that babies should room-share with their parents for the first 6 to 12 months as it has been found to reduce the risk of SIDS. They also agree that babies are safest sleeping on their backs, in a clear sleep space free of pillows, blankets and other potential suffocation hazards.But there is much discrepancy about whether parents should be advised against sharing their beds or the same sleep surface with their baby as well.

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