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The Lullaby Trust provides specialist support for bereaved families and promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep. Call our free helpline on 0808 802 6869
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The Lullaby Trust 10h
It’s fine for baby to fall asleep when travelling in a car seat, but they should be taken out as soon as you get home or to your destination and placed in a cot or Moses basket to sleep. Most manufacturers and safety experts recommend a maximum period of 2 hours in car seats.
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 26
If your baby starts to roll in their cot, you can gently roll them onto their back but don’t feel you need to stay awake watching them throughout the night. Once your baby can roll from their back to front and back again they can be left to find their own sleeping position.
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 24
Our Chief Executive on the Today Show this morning talking about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the charity sector
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 23
Fantastic! Thanks for your support 💛💙
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 22
When your baby finally falls asleep, no matter what time of day, safer sleep advice is still important. Sleep your baby on their back in a cot or Moses basket with a firm, flat and waterproof mattress to reduce the risk of SIDS. Learn more at
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 21
Forget the marketing, the fads and the cute fluffy thing you’ve seen on Instagram! All baby needs for a safer night’s sleep is a cot or Moses basket, blanket or baby sleeping bag and a firm, flat, waterproof mattress. Download our product guide at
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 20
Whether you choose to co-sleep with your baby, or it is unplanned, there are some circumstances in which co-sleeping with your baby can be very dangerous. Do not share a bed with your baby if either you or your partner smokes (even if you do not smoke in the bedroom).
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 19
We know that this is a difficult time for many, so we have created this animation in partnership with to help families who are caring for a baby during the pandemic. Check out our top tips for keeping your baby safe 👇
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 16
Rob and Dom, along with their four-legged friends Tia and Beau, recently completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge ⛰🐾. Together they raised over £900 for The Lullaby Trust. Thank you for your support 💛💙
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Linda Smith Oct 15
7.00pm 15th October, shine a light 🕯 for all the babies we didn’t hold in our arms. Night night, God Bless, see you in the morning, best little friend in the whole wide world 💖
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Will Quince MP 🇬🇧 Oct 11
Tomorrow would have been our son's 6th birthday. I have written this post to show anyone out there that has experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or neo-natal death and their wider families that
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 15
We light this candle in memory of all babies and young children everywhere, knowing that they will always be a special part of your family and not forgotten. For all those who are missing someone special, our thoughts are with you.
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 15
Join us in lighting a candle for the global Wave of Light at 7pm tonight to remember all the babies and young children who sadly died too soon. If you’d like to join this Wave of Light, please share photos of your lit candles and we can commemorate these loved ones together.
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 14
The Wave of Light is a chance to join with bereaved parents, families and friends to commemorate all babies who sadly died too soon. To join, simply light a candle at 7pm local time tomorrow and leave it burning for one hour. Light your candle at
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 13
CONI is available to support bereaved parents when they have another baby. The support includes symptom diaries, movement monitors and regular visits from health visitors so that parents can monitor their baby’s progress.
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 12
If you would like to talk to someone, our bereavement support line is open today 10am-5pm and is free to call on 0808 802 6868.
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The Lullaby Trust Oct 12
Losing a child is one of the most painful experiences anyone can go through, and we understand that grieving the death of your child during the current pandemic can be especially hard. We've put together resources to share how grief can be affected.
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