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Mothercare Welcome Home bumper wraps set of 6 - £6 instore @ Wyvern Retail Park Derby
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Mothercare Welcome Home bumper wraps set of 6 - £6 instore @ Wyvern Retail Park Derby

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Posted 17th AugAvailable: National

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I found these in my local (Wyvern Retail Park Derby). Down from £24 to £6. Lots and lots of reductions in store too !
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Just because you’ve been fine doesn’t mean the risk isn’t very real.

Hence plenty of authorities on cot death advising against them.

Baby safety has to come before the buzz of a cheap deal for some toot

heres another authority:
nhs.uk/con…ps/

i don’t think the nhs and relevant charities would be making up.
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Davidlesley17/08/2019 19:16

These sort of things are considered a …These sort of things are considered a riskhttps://www.lullabytrust.org.uk/parents-should-remove-cot-bumpers/Avoid these sorts of things.


Unfortunately my son keeps getting his arms and legs trapped in between the bars. I've had these for my other two and have been fine. I've found this time there seems to be a lot more fear put into you about things. I've kept two kids alive and happy so far
Just because you’ve been fine doesn’t mean the risk isn’t very real.

Hence plenty of authorities on cot death advising against them.

Baby safety has to come before the buzz of a cheap deal for some toot

heres another authority:
nhs.uk/con…ps/

i don’t think the nhs and relevant charities would be making up.
Sorry but @Davidlesley is correct. Midwives advise against the use of cot bumpers now due to suffocation risk. PLEASE take it back to Mothercare for a refund - the safety of your little one is paramount!
Davidlesley17/08/2019 19:16

These sort of things are considered a …These sort of things are considered a riskhttps://www.lullabytrust.org.uk/parents-should-remove-cot-bumpers/Avoid these sorts of things.



Agree with this. We were specifically told to steer clear of these by the midwifes running the antenatal classes and the trust linked in the post here as well.
This isn't a cot bumper it's small wraps and nothing like the dangerous things that go all the way around the inside of the cot - these wraps are fine and Mothercare have already withdrawn the dangerous bumpers .
wendyak17/08/2019 21:06

This isn't a cot bumper it's small wraps and nothing like the dangerous …This isn't a cot bumper it's small wraps and nothing like the dangerous things that go all the way around the inside of the cot - these wraps are fine and Mothercare have already withdrawn the dangerous bumpers .



Nonsense, they are the same sort of thing just with a different name. Everything about them makes it obvious why they’re a hazard.

ignorance like that isn’t helpful.

avoid these and all like them
wendyak17/08/2019 21:06

This isn't a cot bumper it's small wraps and nothing like the dangerous …This isn't a cot bumper it's small wraps and nothing like the dangerous things that go all the way around the inside of the cot - these wraps are fine and Mothercare have already withdrawn the dangerous bumpers .


These still are a suffocation risk for babies who can quite easily press their faces up against them in their sleep. An empty cot is a safe cot as per the guidelines for safe sleep.
Rubbish, that was not the issue and as a health professional take offence at your high handed ignorance.
Davidlesley17/08/2019 19:16

These sort of things are considered a …These sort of things are considered a riskhttps://www.lullabytrust.org.uk/parents-should-remove-cot-bumpers/Avoid these sorts of things.


Thanks for sharing the info. It does make sense. I was looking to buy two sets.
wendyak18/08/2019 12:11

Rubbish, that was not the issue and as a health professional take offence …Rubbish, that was not the issue and as a health professional take offence at your high handed ignorance.


It’s not high handed to put lives first.

Ask yourself why you’d promote something that greater authorities than you have raised manor concerns over. I think the NHS, NCT and various charities are to be believed over a vague “healthcare professional” posting on a forum

any cursory look over the guidance and descriptions given by the authorities who strongly advice to avoid these things makes it clear these items are the type that cause risk to babies. It’s quite simple.

If you want to chase a deal and get some pennies off tacky accessories that’s your call, but dont encourage others to please. Thanks.
sj_mith18/08/2019 14:56

Thanks for sharing the info. It does make sense. I was looking to buy two …Thanks for sharing the info. It does make sense. I was looking to buy two sets.


No worries.

Glad you could get the info and put baby safety first.
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