As early as 3 or 4 months of age, your baby may now learn how to roll to their side. While this may be a photo-worthy milestone, this could also mean danger as they subconsciously roll as they sleep which can block their nose and prevent them from inhaling.
With SIDS in mind, it’s our responsibility as parents to keep our babies safe while they sleep soundly. That is why we need a baby-safe companion to help us get through this stage and this is where the SafeSnug Baby Hammock comes in handy!
While infancy can be very stressful for both parents and the baby, the SafeSnug Baby Hammock makes any parent’s fears vanish! It easily provides parents with peace of mind that their little one is resting comfortably in his own little hammock without the dangers of SIDS.
KEEPS BABIES IN PLACE – Unlike using a bed, this hammock stops your babies from rolling onto their side or on their stomach, for a deeper sleep and better SIDS prevention.
UNRESTRICTED AIRFLOW – This hammock is made with 360° unrestricted airflow and breathable fabric which allows air to move through and help soothe fussy or colicky babies.
PREVENTS FLAT HEAD – Since the hammock is flat and conforms to your baby’s body, it prevents flat head which can be mainly caused by hard pillows.
ADJUSTABLE TO FIT – Comes with superior strong buckles which can be easily adjustable to fit cribs of any size and is designed to stably suspend above the crib mattress.
EASIER TRANSITION – It specifically designed to replicate the soothing feeling inside the mom’s womb so your baby can easily adjust to life outside while feeling secure.
SKIN-FRIENDLY – Never worry about skin irritations as this hammock is made with skin-friendly materials and safe for your babies to use.
I bought this for my grandson who was a micro preemie. He startles himself awake over and over again. The hammock makes him feel very cozy and secure. It's a wonderful item for all little ones
Kim Bassett from Newark, NJ
If there's one thing parents could use more of, it's gadgets that relieve their [rational] fears. I wish these mesh hammocks were a thing when I had new babies but I am, instead, sharing this with a friend who is a new mom
Lydia Ellroy from Wichita, KS
SIDS is real and this is one great way to minimize the risk. The straps are more than strong enough to hold a baby and there is plenty of air flowing around the baby to keep their airways safe and their body cool.