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Baby Hammocks

by Maxine
Posted August 27 2010 01:21pm

Baby hammocks are made of woven fabric that may be hung from a metal or wood frame. Health Canada advises parents not to use a baby hammock.

A baby is at risk of rolling and becoming wedged in a position where they would be unable to breathe when these items are used. There is also the risk of falling out of the hammock. If you receive a baby hammock do not use it and dispose it in a way that it can not be reused.

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