The “Baby’s Nest” is strong and safe – its purpose is your baby’s first bed

• When your baby is in the box, always be close by and always place the box on the floor or other firm, flat surface.
• Never place the lid on the box when the baby is resting in the box!
• Put nothing in the box but your baby and the clothes needed to stay warm but not too warm. Do not use pillows, positioning devices or bumper pads. Make sure nothing can ever get close to baby’s face.
• Always place your baby on its back to sleep, feet to the bottom of the box. Gently turn baby’s head, from one side to the other every now and then to help prevent “flat head syndrome” (Positional Plagiocephaly).
• When you put the mattress inside the lid, you will have a great baby changing surface.
• Never place the “Baby’s Nest” near open fires and other sources of strong heat, such as electric bar fires, gas fires, etc. in the near vicinity of the "Baby's Nest".
• Young children, or pets, should not be allowed to play unsupervised in the vicinity of the "Baby's Nest".
• Do not place the box near or on power cords, as you may trip over the cord and fall on baby.
• Do not use the "Baby's Nest" if any part appears broken, torn or missing.
• At home, staying with grandparents, in a hotel or a tent, you can use the box as a portable or temporary bed.
• You can store all baby clothes, napkins and other accessories in the box while traveling.
• Do not carry your baby in the box to, and from, your car. Carry in your arms or special car seat. Do not use the box as a baby carrier outside of home.
• Do not place your baby in the box while in the car, only use a special car seat.
• When your child is able to sit, kneel or pull itself up, the "Baby's Nest” should not to be used anymore for this child.