Roomsharing and Safe Sleeping for Newborns — from The Sleep Lady

Roomsharing and Safe Sleeping for Newborns — from The Sleep Lady

Roomsharing and Safe Sleeping for Newborns Currently, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommendations say that infants should room-share until at least 6 months (and longer if mothers continue to feed at night) for SIDS prevention and safe sleeping for newborns.   What Do You Mean by Roomsharing? Roomsharing is when a newborn sleeps on an…
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