Maternity Care: Co-sleeping




About co-sleeping and co-bedding, Paula Plympton, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with Baptist Health South Florida, says it is important that a baby have their safe sleep area, because there can be accidental suffocation with a parent or a pillow.

She explains co-bedding is not recommended, but room sharing is recommended, the crib has to be in the room with the parent when they are at the younger months ages.

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