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Tips of Buying Crib Bumpers
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Alison Jacobson, aka "The Satety Mom," lost her son, Connor, to SIDS, and now she's the CEO of CJ First Candle, an organization that works to prevent and eliminate SIDS.

"There's just no need for crib bumpers," she urges. "Parents worry about their child getting an arm or leg caught in the rails, but crib bumpers can lead to major issues."

The potential danger related to traditional crib bumpers is clear. For many parents, however, bumpers are still an essential part of outfitting their little one's crib. Jacobsen, who works with families that have trouble parting with the idea of crib bumpers, recommends going the mesh route.

"Some parents will be purists and choose nothing at all, but for parents who want to use a crib bumper, mesh is the only way to go," she says.

Mesh crib bumpers are not the only alternative options on the market. Vertical crib bumpers and crib rail covers offer parents the same peace of mind knowing that their little one is safe without worrying about the looming fear of SIDS.

Ditch the idea of bringing home a crib bumper all together, and opt for a safer alternative. Here are nine of our favorite crib bumper alternatives for the parents who won't go completely bare.


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