Should a newborn be covered up with a blanket in their crib?
Q: Please let me know what is safe.
A: No. A newborn's crib should be bare. There should never be blankets in the sleep environment. Blankets can bunch up and pose a suffocation danger to newborns.
Answered by Mitch Lipka
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