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Fisher Price Rock N Play Sleeper
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Bassinets or Cradles (1537)
Fisher Price
Rock N Play
Toys R Us
New York
My 6 month old son was put down for a nap in the Fisher Price Rock n Play. During the time of his nap, he rolled over in the Rock N Play and silently died. The Rock N Play is sold as a sleeper and is marketed for “great overnight sleep”. My son was 18 pounds well under the limit of 25 pounds that the Rock N Play provides as a weight limit for use. An average 9 month old boy is 25 pounds, average for a girl is 12 months old at 25 pounds. Fisher Price has been notified of infant deaths due to their product and will still not recall it. This product can not be labeled as a sleeper or for “great overnight sleep”. My son was a beautiful, healthy baby and only died because of the Rock N Play and the false sense of security they provide with their false and UNSAFE claims of the Rock N Play being used for safe sleep. The only place for safe sleep for an infant is a flat surface. This death trap needs to be recalled and labeled as a SUPERVISED PLAY PRODUCT so no other family has to lose their child like I have.
My Child
0 years 6 months
I still have the product as I believe it is the reason my son died.

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