Learn the ABCs of Safe Sleep

Share Your Room, Not Your Bed.

The safest place for your baby is alone in their own sleeping space in the same room with a parent or caregiver. Their sleeping space should be free of other people, pets, blankets, toys, bumpers, and other soft objects.

Sleeping Alone Resources:

Safe Sleep FAQs
Breastfeeding and Safe Sleep
Room Sharing

On their Back. Every Time.

For every sleep, place your baby on their back before your child is 1 year of age. Even as your baby grows and learns to roll, starting sleep on their back is best.

Back Sleeping Resources:

Back Sleeping & Tummy Time
Avoiding Flat Spot When Back Sleeping

Safe Crib. Safe Mattress.

Your baby should always be placed in a safety-approved crib on a firm mattress covered by a fitted sheet with no other bedding or soft objects.

Crib and Mattress Resources:

Parent Checklist
What does a safe sleep environment look like?

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