One thing that new parents have to deal with is the proper care for their babies. This includes that of properly molding their heads, soft skulls which are normally fragile during their infancy stages.
The issue of Flat Head Syndrome is apparently what most parents are avoiding and perhaps with the aid of these Tortle Baby Beanies, parents can get a big lift from it in avoiding flat head or plagiocephaly.
The baby beanies simplify the positioning process, something designed by paediatrician Dr. Jane Scott. The beanie features a comfortable built-in support roll, providing the necessary aid each time babies are placed down into their cribs or bed.
The roll is non-toxic and sturdy enough to keep babies in place. The foam roll is made from 95% cotton and 5% spandex, something which is breathable and fitted to the baby’s head which should not compromise sleeping babies when bedtime comes.
The Tortle is available in three sizes and is ideal for use for babies in their first six months.