Dr. Seuss ABC Crib Bumpers

by Trend Lab
$33.95

Dr. Seuss ABC Crib Bumpers feature large whimsical embroideries of the books lovable characters set against white mini waffle pique. Contemporary stripe and dot prints are featured in chocolate brown, barn red, cornflower blue, avocado and mango. Chocolate trim and ties add the finishing touch.

Bumpers consist of two long and two short pieces measuring 10 inches tall.

Product sold under license from Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P.

  • Brand: Trend Lab
  • Color: Blue, Brown, Green, Multi, Orange, Red, White, Yellow
  • Weight: 4 lbs.
  • Gender: Neutral
  • Theme: Alphabet
  • 16.00 x 12.00 x 11.00 in
  • Infant Bedding Safety • To reduce the risk of SIDS, pediatricians recommend healthy infants be placed on their backs to sleep, unless otherwise advised by your physician. • ALWAYS use a crib sheet that fits securely on mattress and wraps around the mattress corners. • Only a tight fitted sheet, mattress pad and/or waterproof pad should be used under the baby. • When using bumper pads avoid those that are pillow-like. Bumper pads must fit properly in your crib and tie or snap securely into place. Bumper ties MUST NOT exceed nine inches. Make sure the bumper pad can be secured along the sides of the crib. • Use bumper pads only until the child can pull up to a standing position. Then remove them so baby cannot use the pads to climb out of the crib. • Many bumpers are now sold in four pieces. For each bumper segment, if all ties on that segment cannot be securely attached to the crib DO NOT USE the bumper segment. • NEVER place infants to sleep on pillows, sofa cushions, adult beds, waterbeds, beanbags, or any other surface not specifically designed for infant sleep. • Remove pillows, sheepskins, pillow-like stuffed toys and products not intended as infant bedding from the crib when infants are sleeping. NEVER place additional padding under an infant. • Do not overdress your baby. Consider using a sleeper, wearable blanket or other sleep clothing as an alternative to any covering. • For newborns, consider swaddling. • Check periodically for loose threads or stitching which could cause gagging or choking.

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