Free Shipping Now Available!


Why you should never leave a blanket in with your infant

#babycenterbabies #sweetbabyshade #newbornsunexposuretoskinandeyes #protectbabyfromsun #protectbabyfromthesun #whattoexpect #skincancer #skincancerorg #skincancerprevention #baby #babies #infancy #sunprotection #sunscreen #summer #sunsafe #funinthesun #kidsummer #melanoma #today @babycenter AADskin babies baby baby sun shade baby sun shade stroller baby umbrella consumerreports fun in the sun funinthesun infancy kids summer Melanoma Monday Newborn sun exposure to eyes Newborn sun exposure to skin newbornsunexposuretoskinandeyes protect baby from the sun Protect my baby from the sun skin cancer skin cancer prevention skin Spot Skin Cancer stroller sun shade strollers summer sun protection sun safe Sun Safety ABC’s sunprotection sunscreen sunshade Sweet baby shade what to expect what to expect when you're expecting

Why you should never leave a blanket in with your infant

Jordan DeRosier found her seven-month-old son Sloan tangled up in a blanket in his crib. During the night he had gotten stuck in it, somehow in the blanket with the cribs bars. He was dead.

In TODAY Parents, DeRosier, has shared the heartbreaking story of her son's death "in hopes to spread awareness about the dangers of laying babies with their blankets. If his story saves even one other life, then his life meant something incredible," said DeRosier, adding that she has received messages from around the world from parents, telling her they have removed blankets from their infants' cribs after hearing her story.”


Donations for DeRosier Family

Older Post Newer Post

Free children's book with every "Sweet Baby Shade" purchase. (The Hawaiian Prince)