Where is the safest place for a baby to sleep?
Corky Harvey, MS, RN, IBCLC, discusses the myths about where a baby should sleep, and how parents should consider co-sleeping. Harvey explains the difference between co-sleeping and bed-sharing, and what the research says about the safest place for a baby to sleep.
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Corky Harvey, MS, RN, IBCLC
Certified Lactation Consultant
Corky Harvey is a co-founder of the Pump Station & Nurtury™ - the first new parent resource center of its kind. She is a registered nurse with a master's degree in maternal/newborn Nursing, and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She teaches breastfeeding and baby care classes, facilitates the New Mother Breastfeeding Support Groups, and is a frequent guest lecturer. Corky has three grown children who were breastfed and she loves to claim that their intelligence is linked to this. Corky has two grandsons, Diego who nursed over two years, and 18-month-old Axel who is still breastfeeding.