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    It doesn't make me uncomfortable to have a stuffed animal at the top of the crib where it's no where near my sleeping daughter
    In your picture the stuffed doll is right beside her.

    I agree with others, all she needs is light blanket. When she gets older add the other things back in her crib.
    And the CAT is a HUGE no, no
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    Quote Originally Posted by simpsongirl View Post
    In your picture the stuffed doll is right beside her.

    I agree with others, all she needs is light blanket. When she gets older add the other things back in her crib.
    And the CAT is a HUGE no, no
    That's a teether monkey, the only part of it that's stuffed is the head.


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    I hate to keep this thread going, but I just don't understand why there "needs" to be added stuff in the crib. Like the babe won't know or care that there's a stuffie in there, it's not like the crib is for playing in, just sleeping, so why would she need it YKWIM? I really get anxious reading stuff like this b/c of SIDS stories I've heard, esp ones where the infant was over the 3 month mark.
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    You have a good point,Springchicks. There is zero purpose in it. It's just because the parent thinks it is cute, or parent wants it that way. big risk for a reason like that.
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