So having bub in your room in a separate bed reduces SIDS by 5 x and having them in your bed increases it by 5 x. Does that mean its the same risk as having them in a separate room by themselves? Kind of cancels each other out if you ask me...
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22-05-2013 20:03 #11Senior Member
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22-05-2013 20:56 #12
Rethought my post. Deleted it.
Last edited by MMelissa; 22-05-2013 at 20:59.
22-05-2013 20:59 #13
I definitely wouldn't say I'm "super defensive"
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