Placing your baby on her or his back to sleep can decrease the risk of suffocation. In the nest, the baby is placed on the back and is less likely to turn over the stomach.

If you choose to have your baby between you in the bed, a baby nest keeps your baby in the same place in the bed, when co-sleeping. Reducing the risk of you rolling over the baby.

In the nest, it’s less likely that baby’s head gets covered with a quilt during the night.

The surrounding environment of baby nest resembles the mother’s womb. Baby will fell safety and familiarity.