Quoting :*:CHRiSTiNe:*::" I want to ask out of pure curiosity, but how is it possible for babies to be injured if used properly ... [snip!] ... the bumbo seat recall. Watch your kid and don't put them on the bed or on the counter and tah dah there should be no problem"
While it is sad that there were deaths, I don't see how they would have happened if they had been watching their child.
Even with the bumbo recall....we had gotten our "old" bumbo at a garage sale. We didn't send it back in. I still used it, on the floor, with me sitting right there. Once my kids started squirming out I put it in the closet.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" Suffocation. Basically baby wasn't harnessed and the whole thing was put in a crib. Baby rolled over ... [snip!] ... and got wedged in between napper and crib, suffocated and died. Parent error. But of course they always want to blame somebody."</blockquote>
Oh wow, sad but deff the parents fault :/
<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮ Phuket:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" Suffocation. Basically baby wasn't harnessed ... [snip!] ... Parent error. But of course they always want to blame somebody."</blockquote> Oh wow, sad but deff the parents fault :/"</blockquote>
Yes. Its sad that the parents couldn't read and follow simple instructions....i mean whatta they want?! The manufactured to come to every house that buys one to make sure its being used properly?! Come on!!
Quoting Mary.:" the 1 year old could stll fit the weight limits, which is 25.. but most definitely is over the other limit, which is being able to sit up. "
my son is very long, which is where I was going with that one. The rock in play is shaped very weird. But yea like you said. If they can sit up on their own they don't need to be in things like that (rock-in-play).
Quoting Jessica Lea Bell:" this is what is being recalled incase you dont want to click on the link "
i wish they made these in adult size! looks cozy