Thursday, December 10, 2009

Kyra Oliver tells Richmond Family Magazine why it is important to be educated and to educate others.

"New information is being discovered all the time," says Kyra. "And that's part of our goal - not just to educate parents about what we already know about SIDS, but also to learn more about risk factors that can be avoided in the future.

"We were doing everything right," says Sarah Webster, who lost her daughter to SIDS. "Alexandra breastfed right away with no problems. We always put her down on her back and we know the sitter did the same."

"Ultimately it comes down to what is best for the family," Kyra Oliver says. "If you have a child who just will not sleep on his back, then you may have to adjust your plans. You can't go day after day without sleep, so you just do the best you can."

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