Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Tomorrow we'll visit Neighbor Nanny and the Twins while the house cleaners are here - we're social butterflies, right? Eventually, I want to take him to a baby storytime - M. already loves books, so that seems like a good fit.
M. is also starting solids, leading with oatmeal cereal. One of the things I like best about this position is how absolutely enamored M.'s parents are with him. They are going to give him his meal for now, and I will join the fun once we graduate to 2 and 3 meals a day.
M also loves being outside these days, with early spring weather paying a visit. For whatever reason, time outside exhausts him, so he always sleeps well after taking in the great outdoors.
And yes, he is still swaddled. I occasionally have to remind myself that he will eventually tire of being mummified for sleeping.
He will get tired of it, right?
Thursday, February 3, 2011
210 interlocking coils provide comfort and support. All around edge border wire support provides extra firmness and durability. Firm foam layer and insulator wrap helps to ensure firm sleeping surface. Meets or exceeds all applicable safety standards. Limited 35 year warranty.
Sagging badly in less than 4 months
Pros: Snug Fit
Cons: Flimsy Construction, Defective, Unsafe, Too Soft
Best Uses: None
Describe Yourself: Nanny, Child Care Professional, Postpartun Doula
My employers purchased this mattress for their newborn, and after less than 4 months of use, it is sagging badly in the middle. I just got off the phone with BRU customer service, and they directed me to the manufacturer, saying that my employers could not even exchange the defective and unsafe mattress since the 90 day return window had closed.
I would strongly suggest that if you do purchase this mattress, you test it out ASAP with a good amount of weight to see if it does sag at all.
With soft mattresses being a risk factor for SIDS, I do not think anyone should purchase this item! The risk is not worth it.