Crescent Womb was created to ease the transition from being in the womb to being in the world. Statistically, the peak age for SIDS and other sleep related hazards is from 3-6 months. Although Crescent Womb has been physically tested to support weight exceeding 50lbs, the typical infant will begin transitioning into a bed or crib before 6 months of age. Start monitoring your infants mobility at or before 14 weeks.
Based on your baby’s personal growth mile stones, signs showing that it is time to transition out of Crescent Womb include, but are not limited to:
- Sitting up unassisted.
- Beginning/Attempting to crawl.