According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the pacifiers were sold at “various discount and dollar stores, Walmart Puerto Rico, children’s apparel stores, and Consolidated Stores nationwide from October 2009 through June 2012 for about $1.”
Next time your little one just can’t stop crying, here’s something to try.
Nowhere in a new parent’s handbook should it say that expensive, store-bought baby food is the preferred way to go. With a few handy recipes, you can make your own. It will be fresher and more appealing than anything out of a jar.
Here’s an article we found that has 26 great ideas for home-made baby food.
Choosing a Stroller? This Might Help
If you’re looking for a new stroller, or you know you’re going to need one soon, here’s an article about some stroller models that moms love. It might help you decide what features to look for and what’s most important when shopping for a stroller.
Summer Infant has issued a voluntary recall of its small baby bather. Notably, the recall is aimed at parents who carry the bather while a child is in it — an action that is specifically warned against on the product and in instructions.
Summer Infant reports: “CPSC and Summer Infant have received seven reports of incidents, in the US, including five reports of head injuries (four skull fractures and one bump to head) resulting from falls when the bather was used to lift and carry a child.”
Model numbers affected by this recall include: 08020, 08050, 08054, 08070, 08401, 08409, 08404, 08405, 08650, 08655, 08659, 08754, 08940, 08944, 38510, 38515, 18049, 18120, 18125, 18129, 18360, 18375, 18379, 18390, 38750, 38755, 18440, 18445, 18449, 18470, 18475, 18479, 18050, 08754, 18254, 18394, 18004
If you have one of these products, contact Summer Infant to receive a free bather locking strap.