Office of Child Welfare
With the arrival of a new baby, you may experience a wave of emotions. Many parents focus on bonding, feeding, and most importantly, sleeping. While it’s no secret, many caregivers are exhausted once their baby arrives, safe sleep practices should never be ignored. The risk is too great.
Before you decide where your baby will sleep, consider the facts about sleep-related infant death. We hope the information on the following pages will help you, and encourage you to talk to your child’s doctor or other professionals if you have any questions or concerns about your new baby.
REMEMBER BABIES SLEEP SAFEST:
ON THEIR BACK
IN A CRIB
- Coping With Crying
- Better Sleep For You And Your Baby
- Understanding Your Baby’s Needs
- Safe Sleep For You And Your Baby
- Creating A Loving Bond With Your Baby