:: Pottery Barn recalls cribs thought to cause suffocation | Another recall due to cribs made too wide… wide enough that a child may fall between the mattress and become suffocated.
:: Govt recalls a record 2.1 million cribs after 4 infant suffocations | Apparently Stork Craft, who has made millions of cribs, are having cribs recalled dating back to 1993. After four (4) infant suffocation incidents, more than 2.1 million drop-side cribs are being recalled, the biggest in U.S history.
:: Discovery Health’s Baby Week Starts November 30th | Sure to evoke “Shock and Awww” as 3 new specials premiere as well as new episodes from “She Survived That…Pregnant?!”, “Transgendered & Pregnant”, “I’m Pregnant and…” and “Dwarf Adoption Story.” Don’t miss it!
:: Maclaren’s Strollers A Danger to Kids’ Fingers | Considering the price you pay for these pricey strollers, they should be ashamed! Kids are losing finger parts!
:: Plum Organics Recalls Baby Food | Apparently the Apple & Carrot Baby food in the portable Pouch was mixed incorrectly and may cause botulism! Seriously?!
:: Got a Bouncing Baby Boy? Why BPA-free products should be important | High BPA levels linked to future male sexual problems, more specifically, erectile dysfunction. The study is the first to examine the impact of bisphenol A, or BPA, on the reproductive systems of human males.
:: Toys R Us – Expensive for a Reason | Ever wonder why Toys R Us’ prices are so much more higher than everyone else’s? I know I went there this weekend and was like “D@mn!” Well, they have allegedly been taking advantage of their brand name and purposely keeping prices high by using anticompetitive tactics to stifle competition and keep prices high. Hmmmmmm…..