The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP updated as of 2018) states the following:
Keep soft objects, loose bedding, or any objects that could increase the risk of entrapment, suffocation, or strangulation out of the baby's sleep area. These include pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, blankets, toys, bumper pads or similar products that attach to crib slats or sides. If you are worried about your baby getting cold, you can use infant sleep clothing, such as a wearable blanket. In general, your baby should be dressed with only one layer more than you are wearing.
It is fine to swaddle your baby. However, make sure that the baby is always on his or her back when swaddled. The swaddle should not be too tight or make it hard for the baby to breathe or move his or her hips. When your baby looks like he or she is trying to roll over, you should stop swaddling.
We ask that our blankets, as well as any blanket, not be left unsupervised with a child.
Be sure that the bibs are not tied too tight and create a chocking hazard. There should be plenty of space between the neck and the front of the bib. If the bibs are too tight for the loosest setting on snap bibs- please discontinue use.
Please do not leave baby or child unattended with paci-clilp or put to sleep with paci clip attached. If paci clip breaks it can become a choking hazard. Please discard all beads.