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Scroll through this Mothercare promotion valid from - to - to see the latest sales. On 342 pages of the current weekly offer, you will find the best goods from the Children category. If you want to save on your next shopping trip to Mothercare, don't forget to look through the entire catalogue from page 1 to page 342. If you want to shop smart and save on your next shopping trip to Mothercare, don’t miss the latest weekly offer full of amazing prices and wonderful discounts. Come back to Top Catalogues every day to make sure you don’t miss out on great promotions offered by your favourite retailers.

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questions and answers about safe sleep blanket guide The advice in this leaflet is based on scientific research and has -28- helped reduce cot death rates by 75%. -26- what bedding should I use for my baby? If your baby is under one year, never use a duvet, quilt or pillow Instead, use light clothing and a baby sleeping bag or light blankets firmly tucked in no higher than the shoulders. Place your baby with their feet to the foot of the cot, to prevent them wriggling down under the covers. -24- sheet only -22- hot sheet and 1 blanket -20- comfortable -18- (ideal temperature) sheet and 2 blankets -16- how many blankets does my baby need? It depends on how warm the room is and how thick the blankets are, but to check if your baby is too hot, look for sweating or feel the back of your baby's neck or their tummy. Don't worry if their hands or feet are cool - this is normal, If your baby is too hot, remove one or more layers of blankets. Use this chart as a guide. -14- cold sheet and 3 blankets 12- Room temperature "C how warm should my baby's room be? Babies don't need hot rooms. In fact, the ideal room temperature is 16-20°C. All-night heating is rarely needed and babies should never sleep next to a radiator or in direct sunlight. Remember to keep your baby's head uncovered. can I use a baby sleeping bag for my baby? Yes, you can use a baby sleeping bag so long as it is the right size for your baby and also the right tog rating, so it's not too hot or too cold for your baby to wear depending on the time of year. what kind of mattress should I use? It is very important that your baby's mattress is kept clean and dry. Ideally, you should buy a new mattress for each new baby. Recent medical research suggests there may also be an increase risk of cot death if a baby is sleeping on a mattress previously used bya baby from another home. This seems to be largely down to the bacteria that can be found in used cot mattresses. The research is not saying there is a definite risk from used mattresses but the way of avoiding a potential risk is to use a new mattress for every new baby. can my baby share my bed? The safest place for your baby to sleep is in a cot or crib in your bedroom for the first six months. There is a proven risk in sharing a bed with your baby if you (or your partner) smoke even if you never smoke in bed or at home, have been drinking alcohol, taken drugs or medication that make you drowsy, or if you feel very tired. There is also a risk in bed-sharing if your baby was born prematurely, was small at birth or is less than three months old. for further information please approach our retail staff for assistance or contact Customer care department at 6513 3270 / email: [email protected] Here to help you get ready for your new arrival 321

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