When Bumbo Seats were recalled in 2012, I refused to take ours in. Our daughter was too big for the seat by then. Also, after reading the reason that the seats were recalled (babies sitting in them on raised surfaces, falling out and hitting their heads), I rationalized that we wouldn't be using them that way with any future babies. But when our son was born, I told my husband, the safety king, about the recall and he balked. "Get rid of that thing," he said. "We can get something else." Reluctantly, I exchanged the Bumbo for the Prince Lionheart bebePOD.
Serotonin, a brain chemical normally associated with mood and depression in adults, may be the missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to why some babies die from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
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