Baby Crib Safety Tips for Your Newborn Baby

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital is proud to present this Ask Saint Peter’s video about crib safety. NICU nurse Deanna Holmes, RNC-NIC, provides tips for parents. Remove padding and soft items such as stuffed animals from cribs are among the trips provided.

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So bumpers arent safe for the crib?? I heard it was good to have a bumper around the bars so they didnt hurt themselves. Thankyou so much for the video, trying to keep everything as safe as possible!

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Heard from where?
Hurt themselves how?
Bumpers are good how?

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I heard the same till recently and they’re actually really dangerous if they roll into it and can’t roll back

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@J3GJ a lot of people use them because they think the baby will put its hands through the crib planks and hurt itself. I know many people who use them because of that fear and laugh at me when I say it is dangerous

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No bumpers great informative

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Im here cause my newborn came yesterday, parent yt yay

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Thank you

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