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.
John Lewis recalls Dual Purpose Pocket Spring Cotbed Mattress due to issues first uncovered in Which? tests
A voluntary recall has been issued for the John Lewis Dual Purpose Pocket Spring Cotbed mattress after the retailer and manufacturer carried out testing on it and discovered problems with the firmness of it.
Our latest round of cot mattress tests included cot mattresses from big brands and provided mixed results. Find out which ones we've reviewed and read our tips for parents to help ensure your baby sleeps safely.
More than 60% of cot mattresses we've tested in the past two years are Don't Buys due to safety issues uncovered in our cot mattress testing. Find out what they are, and what you can do to ensure a safe and happy night's sleep for your baby.
We tested a range of baby and child products over the last year, some of which did so poorly in our tests that we made them a 0% Don’t Buy.
Find out which cot mattress brands are most popular with parents and how highly they rate them. We spoke to 1,598 parents who own and use a cot mattress to find out if they would recommend their cot mattress to a friend and whether they think their mattress was good value for money.
Find out how often other parents clean their cot mattress, plus advice on how to choose a cot mattress that's easy to clean and how best to clean it to ensure your baby has a safe and germ-free sleeping environment.
Simba is voluntarily recalling the Simba Hybrid Cot Bed Mattress and offering a full refund to customers while it investigates recent Which? tests that identified a safety issue posed by cover shrinkage.