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Cot Death Charity Warns Charlotte of Putting Her Baby's Life at Risk

by Medindia Content Team on October 4, 2007 at 7:40 PM
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Charlotte Church has been told that she is putting her little baby daughter Ruby's life at risk by making her sleep in bed with her.

Cot death charity Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths has warned the Crazy Chick star that the tot may be risking suffocation.


"When we heard Charlotte was sharing a bed with her baby, we wanted to make sure she was making an informed decision about the risks,' the Mirror quoted the association's director Joyce Epstein, as saying.

"We supplied her with the relevant information. All our advice is based on proven research and it's important that parents are aware of the risks,' he added.

However, Church insists that it is just instinctive that she won't roll.

"Gavin was worried about me rolling over and smothering her but I think it's instinctive I wouldn't,' she said.

"The baby's in front of me and Gavin cuddles up behind me because that's the only way I can sleep," she added.

Source: ANI


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