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Safer Sleep Week: Essential Guide to Reducing SIDS Risk
Every year, Safer Sleep Week emerges as a beacon of hope and guidance for new parents and caregivers across the UK. Led by The Lullaby Trust, this national awareness campaign is more than just an event - it's a vital mission to safeguard the youngest members of our society. With around 700,000 babies born in the UK annually, the importance of spreading knowledge on safer sleep practices cannot be overstated. Despite the progress in raising awareness, the devastating fact that around three infants a week continue to fall victim to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) highlights the critical importance of this campaign.

Shnuggle Dreami Moses Basket: Keeping Baby Close
Getting enough sleep is essential for a baby's physical, emotional and cognitive development, and it’s just as crucial that they have a safe and comfortable sleep environment for those much needed naps.

Why the Shnuggle Dreami Moses Basket and Stand is still a popular choice for baby's first bed
Even with the rise in popularity of the bedside crib, moses baskets have still continued to be a popular choice of newborn bed for expectant parents.  We share why the Dreami Moses Basket continues to be a popular choice as either baby's only sleep space or their sleep space alongside bedside cribs.

Safely Co-sleeping With The Shnuggle Air Crib

Often as new parents we worry about the safest and most effective options for our little ones - especially when it comes to their sleep. We may ask ourselves, where should they sleep? And how can we get them to sleep through the night? 

As parents, there can be a lot of pressure and judgement around the topic, and our children’s sleeping success can sometimes feel like a reflection of our parenting abilities. Keep reading to find out our top tips on safely co sleeping with the Shnuggle Air Crib.

Safer Sleep Week: Reinforcing Safe Sleep Practices For Babies
The intention of safer sleep week is to raise awareness around sudden infant death syndrome, known as SIDS. Keep reading to find out our top tips on providing a safer sleep environment for your baby.