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If your baby could talk – -what would she/he say? Perhaps, “keep me warm and cuddly,” “feed me, and change me” or “KEEP ME SAFE!” The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is all about safety, especially when it comes to our little bundles of joy. That’s why we are proud to recognize September as Baby Safety Month along with the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) and other federal partners.

It’s a fact that most injuries can be prevented, (…)

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Pure joy and excitement mixed with a lot of anxiety.  These are some of the emotions associated with bringing a newborn baby home.  As new parents quickly find out, babies spend most of their time sleeping in those first few months.  So one of the best things you can do for your bundle of joy is to provide the safest sleep environment possible, free of clutter.  While you might be tempted to channel your inner Martha Stewart  and decorate your newborn’s nursery with (…)

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CPSC is continuing to make great progress with our child safety work to establish federal safety rules for infant and toddler products. The newest one, which takes effect Sept. 29, 2014, is for soft infant and toddler carriers.

A soft carrier is usually made of sewn fabric and holds a child upright. It is designed to be worn by a caregiver. Soft carriers are typically meant for full-term babies who weigh seven pounds or more through toddlers up to 45 pounds.

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