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Along with sleeping in the same room, the baby should be placed to sleep on his or her back, with no pillows, loose sheets, blankets, or anything else in the crib or sleeping area that could cause overheating or suffocation. The sleeping surface should be firm and any sheet should be tight-fitting.
Making this simple change can provide a world of peace of mind for new parents. The close quarters will allow parents to keep an eye on their infant and react swiftly if anything happens during the night.
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