The majority of parents from a 2021 Which? survey said they had issues with their cot mattress, some of which could be a serious safety risk. Which? testing sorts which cot mattresses are firm and safe, and those that are unsafe to use.
While using baby hand-me-downs from friends or relatives or buying second-hand items online can be a great way of saving money and preventing products from going to waste, you need to make sure they're safe.
Whether you have a newborn or toddler, you'll want to ensure your child has a comfortable and safe space to sleep and play when you go on holiday. Our top tips will help you find the perfect travel cot for your family getaway.
John Lewis, Ikea, The Little Green Sheep or a Mamas and Papas cot bed mattress? - Which? reveals the baby brands you love.
It's important that your cot mattress is durable and remains hygienic so that it provides a safe place for your baby to sleep each night. Read on to discover our top five tips for keeping your baby's cot mattress in tip top shape.
From avoiding outlandish claims to not overspending, there's plenty of things parents need to watch out for. We explain how to ensure you get the best cot mattress for your baby.
See the details of Emma's Cot Mattress voluntary product recall and what to do if you own this cot mattress. Plus see our top tips for choosing a new cot mattress and how to ensure the best sleep surface for your baby.
Before you take your most precious cargo home, we run through what you need to ensure they'll be safe, including car seats, stair gates, cot mattresses, baby monitors and first aid kits.
From baby monitors and child car seats through to carbon monoxide detectors, we guide you through five lifesaving products that every parent needs.
Where your baby sleeps, what they wear, the temperature of the room and how you position them is vital. Find out everything you need to know about how to ensure your baby has a good night's sleep.