“Baby boxes,” which originated in Finland as a means of lowering rates of sleep-related infant deaths, are now catching on in the U.S.:
Interesting; we initially attempted the traditional “crib-in-a-remote-
state-room” sleeping arrangement with our progeny. That lasted less than one night – both girls slept in our bed. Obviously no SIDS.
We knew people who would put their kids down in “playpens”, on the floor, or even –no exaggeration– dresser drawers. But a box?
You learn something every day…