The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) has announced a voluntary recall of Monkeez & Friends™ Wrist Rattles and Baby Booties for a choking hazard
A recall of over 2 million cribs was issued on today that includes cribs by the following companies: Evenflo, Delta Enterprises Corp., Child Craft, Jardine Enterprises, LaJobi, Million Dollar Baby and Simmons Juvenile Products.
More than 150,000 Evenflo baby gates are being recalled after the manufacturer reported several children had been hurt in accidents involving the protective stair gates.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is in the process of releasing a warning about baby slings because there have been some incidents involving suffocation due to this product.
It’s the second major crib recall in three weeks and the third in three months. More than 500,000 drop-side cribs are being recalled because of the deaths of three infants and injuries to several others, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced.
About 1.5 million Graco strollers are being recalled after some children’s fingertips were amputated by hinges on the products. The recall by Graco Children’s Products Inc. includes certain model numbers of its Passage, Alano and Spree Strollers and Travel Systems.
Two infant deaths have led to the recall of about 24,000 Amby Baby Motion Beds — hammock-like beds marketed to parents of fussy babies with colic or reflux. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said that the side-to-side shifting or tilting of the hammock can cause an infant to roll and become trapped or wedged against the hammock’s fabric or mattress pad, posing a suffocation risk to babies.
It is the largest crib recall in American history. The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall of more than two million Stork Craft “drop-side” cribs–some bearing the Fisher Price logo. It was the second time Stork Craft cribs were recalled this year.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is expected to announce one of the largest crib recalls in history, citing the potential danger of cribs with drop-down sides. While the specific models of the recall are as yet unknown, it would not be the first time cribs have been withdrawn because of drop-down side dangers.
Maclaren is voluntarily recalling a million umbrella strollers sold in the United States the last decade following 12 reports of fingertips being cut off by a hinge. The fashionable UK stroller company’s recall means all the strollers they’ve sold since 1999, now that a dozen children have lost fingertips in the carriage hinge.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a warning to parents and caregivers who have “My Baby Soother” pacifiers due to possible choking hazards.
When you have a baby safety becomes a priority. September is Baby Safety Month, a month-long educational campaign to increase consumer awareness of safety issues surrounding the safe use and selection of juvenile products. The month is sponsored annually by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA).
In an effort to maintain the highest of safety standards, Baby Jogger has voluntarily recalled their Baby Jogger City Mini Strollers because of a defective restraint buckle.
Due to safety concerns in high ticket baby items and the numerous product recalls ordered by the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Toys “R” Us announced today a national program that provides customers the opportunity to trade-in used cribs, car seats and other baby products in exchange for savings on a new item. Dubbed the “Great Trade-In” it’s purpose is to draw attention to safety concerns in products like cribs and car seats that should not be handed down or resold.
Attention parents. Recalls of three baby products including a booster seat, a doorway jumper and a baby gate were announced today by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Three injuries have been associated with the recalled booster seat.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission wants parents and caregivers to be aware of a voluntary recall of baby bouncer seats. Small, sharp metal objects have been found in the padded areas of BabyBjörn® Babysitter Balance and BabyBjörn® Babysitter Balance Air bouncer chairs.
Play yards can provide an enclosed space where baby or toddler multiples can nap or play when traveling or at home. But if you’ve stocked up on a play yard (or two) as a part of the travel essentials for your multiples, be aware of the recall of play yards just announced by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, in conjunction with Kolcraft.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is asking parents to immediately stop using Aqua Leisure Industries inflatable floats for babies in swimming pools. The items inflate to seat babies and toddlers as they float on water. The company voluntarily recalled 14 different models because the leg straps in the seat of the float can tear. This can cause children to slip into the water, posing a drowing risk.
Simplicity Inc. is recalling more than 400,000 cribs that put babies at risk for death by suffocation, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission said. An eight-month-old baby in Houston, Texas, died when it got stuck between the mattress and a defective drop-down side of the crib. The commission said consumers should stop using the cribs immediately.
About 96,000 cribs sold at Toys R Us, Babies R Us and other retailers nationwide are being recalled because wooden slats can break, creating a gap that can trap or strangle infants and toddlers. The products were manufactured by Jardine Enterprises. This marks the third crib recall for the Taipei, Taiwan-based company in less than a year.
Babies are little bundles of joy, but what you bundle your baby in can make a big difference—for the health of your wee one and the environment. Consider what your future fashionista’s onesies, pajamas, sleep sacks, and socks are made of, and whether or not they have been treated with toxic chemicals. Whether it’s all-natural cotton or a blend with some synthetic fibers, each conventional baby garment carries its own eco-concerns.
About 184,000 baby toys sold at major retailers — including Target, Wal-Mart and Babies “R” Us — are being voluntarily recalled because they pose a choking hazard to children, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. Infantino LLC, of San Diego, is pulling the items after receiving 45 reports of metallic fabric attached to the items falling off. There have been no reported injuries.