Consumer Reports is calling for a popular baby swing to be pulled from the shelves due to safety concerns. According to the Consumer Watchdog Group, the Fisher-Price ‘Rock ‘N Play Infant Swing’ is linked to at least 32 deaths.
The swing is designed for babies to sleep on an incline. The Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends parents to stop using the swing if their child is three months old, or as soon as the baby can roll over. Fisher-Price’s General Manager says the sleeper meets all required safety standards.