Reduce SIDS Risk with Pip and Grow’s The Smitten


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Sudden Unexplained Infant Death (SUID), which includes SIDS and accidental suffocation, is the leading cause of preventable death in infants under the age of one. Tragically, each year approximately 3,500 infants die suddenly and unexpectedly during sleep. Although experts have long debated what causes SIDS, we know for a fact that when putting baby to sleep, we must rid baby’s environment of loose blankets and bedding that can obstruct baby’s breathing.

How to Reduce the Risk of SIDSReduce SIDS Risk with Pip and Grow's The Smitten

Introducing the Smitten Bassinet Box. Based on a European tradition and manufactured right here in the USA, the Smitten Bassinet Box is a lightweight, portable safe sleep place for home, a relative’s house, playdates and more. Child safety experts at two leading universities conceived of this clever little box to help reduce the risk of SIDS in newborns.
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How Should Babies Sleep

Experts advise that newborn babies who are not strong enough to lift their little heads sleep free of any loose materials that can interfere with breathing.
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With this goal in mind, The Smitten helps keep your baby safe as it:
  • Allows for baby to easily sleep on their back
  • Encourages co-sleeping safety
  • Weighs just two pounds, making it light and portable so it is always at hand
  • Has been tested to carry up to 100 pounds, which makes it more than strong enough for your little one
  • Can provide a sleep place for you infant to up to 6 months, the riskiest period for SIDS and suffocation
  • Is easy to assemble for convenient sleep
  • Is made from, eco-conscious, & non-toxic materials

Pip & Grow's The Smitten

And here’s an added perk. You can keep your little one safe and help other families do the same. Choose “buy one, give one for $30 more” in the Smitten Shop and you can send a second Smitten to a family in need. That’s enough to make a mama feel good.The day you came into my life, I knew what my purpose was. To love and protect with everything I have.Where did your newborn sleep? With you? In the crib? In a bassinet? Let me know in the comments below and thanks so much for reading!

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