Protecting a child while sleeping in their bed at night is of the utmost importance to any parent.
A baby’s crib typically has the reputation of keeping the child safe and secure, but this will only last for a few years. Eventually the child will have to transition from their crib to a regular bed.
It’s not uncommon for small children, and this includes babies, to wrestle themselves free from tucked in bedding covers and unsecured pillows and end up falling from the bed to the floor.
Most children who make the transition from their crib to their own “adult” bed will experience similar problems.
What did people do before safety pillows were available?
In the past what most parents did to secure their children in bed is push the bed up against a wall to secure one side and then strategically place pillows on the other side to keep them from falling on the floor.
However, this rarely works because the pillows do not remain in place throughout the night and the child still falls to the floor. Also, regular bed pillows used as safety pillows can create a huge hazard of the child possibly suffocating on them at night.
Why Are Safety Pillows Better?
With the invention of the Snug Tuck Pillow and other similar safety bumper products like the Bed Bugz that are either pumped up with air or tucked under the bed sheet, parents are able to eliminate any risk of the child falling on the floor with a tubular type pillow that extends the length of the bed. These pillows are firm enough to not create any concerns about suffocation, yet soft enough to make the child feel comfortable, safe and secure.
There’s also no need to push the bed up against a wall any longer as the Snug Tuck Pillow can be placed on both sides of the bed as well as the foot of the bed.
It’s very easy to secure the pillow to the mattress as well as dismantle so it can be easily transported to grandma's house where you can feel confident that your baby's bedding will be comfortable, safe, and secure.
Aren't Bed Railings Just As Good?
Traditional bed railings are not only difficult to assemble but they can be quite dangerous to little children. There are many reports of small children getting their arms, legs, and even their entire body caught under the railings while sleeping at night.
The Snug Tuck Pillow and other brands of foam safety bumpers as well as inflatable pillows that you can tuck under the sheets eliminate all of these concerns and much more.
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