The wedgehog options are: Placing the Wedgehog under the mattress appeals to parents and carers who do not want to put the wedge in direct contact with their baby. They are available in 28cm Moses, 38cm Crib, 60cm Cot and 70cm Cot bed sizes. Child and Adult wedges are also available.
The mattress is raised from underneath There is no need to be as scientific about where you put the wedge in relation to your baby, as long as their feet are at the foot of the cot for safer sleeping and the wedge is in place underneath their upper body, to provide the essential lift for them.
It may take some trial and error to get the exact position, but like all things baby related, often it takes a few goes to get it just-so.
If you find the top end of the mattress begins to flop or bend when your wedgehog is placed halfway down the underneath of the mattress, then you can add a pillow or a rolled up towel underneath the top end of the mattress, to keep it from bending too much. Positioning with the wedgehog on top of the cot mattress.
You may place the wedgehog underneath the cot sheet to add more friction and keep the wedge in place better.
In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend the use of sleep positioners. Keep quilts, doonas, duvets, pillows, cot bumpers, sheepskins and soft toys out of the cot or sleeping place. The tummy and side sleeping positions significantly increase the risk of sudden infant death for babies under six months of age 5, 6.
Each baby is unique, so exact positioning needs to be tailored. If your baby fidgets and rolls around on the mattress — it may be advisable to use a sleep positioner to help hold them in place. Although studies show that reflux occurs less frequently in the prone tummy position, please consult with a health professional if you feel that your little one will benefit from tummy prone sleeping.
We would always recommend supine back sleeping on all our wedges, in accordance with NHS guidelines. It will also help the longevity of the foam if you can turn the wedgehog from time to time, If you leave the wedgehog in direct sunlight to dry, it may take on a darker colour, as the UV content of daylight will cosmetically darken the colour of the foam. If your wedgehog has a soft finish cover, specially designed for it, then the washing instructions are: You may use fabric conditioner if you choose.
Specific washing instructions for each cover style, will be labelled on the cover itself or on the accompanying leaflet.
We strongly suggest you purchase a spare cover, so you can have one on the wedge and one in the wash. We know this because we source foams responsibly.
Please use common sense when using any baby device…your instinct is normally the best. Due to the heat involved in the manufacturing process the foam can scorch a little. This does not effect the function of the wedge at all and any colouring is only cosmetic.
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