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"We used the [Pod Crib Mattress for Twins/Repositioning] to co-bed our twin 
boys and it worked great! It helped with keeping their heads from being flat after many months in the NICU. Also, we are currently using the mattresses on the other side without the cut out as the boys are 
older and can flip over on their stomachs. The mattresses are great quality and quite firm, which is what we were looking. I loved that we could use the mattress to co-bed for the first few months after discharge from the hospital..."
- Ally2929

"I have been using the bassinet [pad]
and Ryker is happily falling asleep very
quickly on it (every mother's dream!)."
- Marjorie D. of Beverly Hills, CA

"Thanks!  We love it!"
- Marc M. of Los Angeles, CA

"Owen says, 'I give Cranial Cradle
4 out of 5 stars.... but only because I
can't really control my thumb yet!'"
- Erin and Sam of East Missouri

Great article in USA Today on Plagiocephaly

47% of babies studied have flat spots on heads [read more]

Cranial Cradle: Red Carpet Event-Grammy Gift Lounge

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Singer Debbie Gibson (L) checks out the Cranial Cradle Bassinet Pad at the Red Carpet 
Grammy Event in L.A. More reports from the Grammys: Disarray Magazine | Hollywood Today


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Josh Altman
Million Dollar Listing


red carpet event - Alecia Minshew
            Alecia Minshew 
             All My Children
red carpet event Cara Buono
Cara Buono 
Mad Men


The Repositioning Method

The American Academy of Pediatrics has reached consensus that babies should lie on their backs while sleeping. Unfortunately this can cause flattening on the back of their heads over time. Repositioning is a safe sleep method that may help to reduce the occurrence of this kind of flattening.

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Cranial Cradle Pod Crib Mattress for Repositioning was designed for parents by parents. 2 out of 10 babies currently have developed positional plagiocephaly from sleeping on the same area night after night.
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Plagiocephaly & Your Baby

Health advisories, regulations, and new alerts have many new parents and caregivers wondering how to stay up-to-date. Here are some resources: