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None ya ;) 2 kids; Pennsylvania 10809 posts
Feb 18th '13

Lol not true. Both my boys slept in their cribs from day one. I even let my first sleeep on his stomach *gasp* Granted he was a sick baby and threw up in his sleep and almost choked so I weighed the pros and cons...belly sleeping won lol.

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting {32WEEKS}:" No ...my daughter slept in her crib since she was born ...just make sure it o ly the mattress and sheets in there no Teddy's or bumper pads nothing extra"



okay thanks and no bumper pad so dont put this in his crib???



http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12440223&prodFindSrc=search

C'sMom! 1 child; Minnesota 1263 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Noah_Jeffery:" IDK BUT I AM SEROOUSLY CONSDIERING MOVING OOUT!!!!!!!!!!!! I CANT STAND ALL THESE LIES... and shit ... [snip!] ... she said I cant wear pants becuase there to tight and will cause disfunctions with him...she is getting on my nerves .. thank u"

I had been told by an aunt not to sleep on my back or else the cord would wrap around the babys neck when pregnant.

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Mom of 3 Little Boys!:" Not true and all 3 of my kids have slept in their cribs in their own rooms from the day they came home from the hospital. "


thats what i thought and plan to do thanks

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20273 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Noah_Jeffery:" IDK BUT I AM SEROOUSLY CONSDIERING MOVING OOUT!!!!!!!!!!!! I CANT STAND ALL THESE LIES... and shit ... [snip!] ... she said I cant wear pants becuase there to tight and will cause disfunctions with him...she is getting on my nerves .. thank u"


lol I was told that too when I was pregnant with my oldest.

izzy+Ethan 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 4056 posts
Feb 18th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Noah_Jeffery:</b>" okay thanks and no bumper pad so dont put this in his crib??? http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12440223&prodFindSrc=search"</blockquote>




No that's a bumper, that's not safe

Elle With FOUR! 4 kids; Wichita, KS, United States 18964 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Noah_Jeffery:" I am not i dont think I am using this one .... is this http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12440223&prodFindSrc=search"

don't. They have been proven to be a suffocation risk.

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Sarah Bare-ah♡:" Um, how old is your aunt? :lol: I dont mean to laugh but that info is outdated as hell and isnt even true."


She is 35 I think or 36 ...I honestley think she says this stuff just to think she is right and no everything she also told me I wont ever have him in his crib it never happens I will end up slepping with him or something to back to movng out haha ... cant take the controling hahha

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Juggernog-aholic:" lol I was told that too when I was pregnant with my oldest."


lol man people now and days haha

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting {32WEEKS}:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Noah_Jeffery:</b>" okay thanks and no bumper pad so dont ... [snip!] ... No that's a bumper, that's not safe"



okay thanks will not buy then

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Elle With Three &1/2:" don't. They have been proven to be a suffocation risk."


okay thanks :)!!! for telling me !!! I wont buy it now !!!

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting Noah_Jeffery:" okay thanks :)!!! for telling me !!! I wont buy it now !!!"


anything else I need to know about his crib :)?

Vivialopod 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42788 posts
Feb 18th '13

No. but more babies who die of Sids do so in a crib than anywhere else. There's a reason it's called cot death.

Noah_Jeffery 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 974 posts
Feb 18th '13
Quoting 10 til Gwen:" No. but more babies who die of Sids do so in a crib than anywhere else. There's a reason it's called cot death."


weird .... never hesrd of it

little farters mama 1 child; Ontario 177 posts
Feb 18th '13

you can still use the bumper...just down the road when baby is older and starts to move around more. the second DS started to wake up with his arm or leg through the bars i put it on