May 10, 2021 — TJX has recalled about 3,600 Infant Sleep Bags due to a suffocation hazard for babies.
The problem is that the neck opening is too big for infants 0-to-6 months old, which can allow the infant’s head to slip inside the bag, posing a risk of suffocation.
The recalled infant sleep bags, or “sleep sacks,” were sold in size 0-6 months under brand-names like Dylan & Abby, First Wish, First Wish Organic, Harry & Me, Little Red Caboose, Piper & Posie, Sam & Jo, Sam & Jo Organic, Shabby Chic and Willow Blossom.
The sleep bags zip up the middle, or to the side of the front. They came in a variety of colors and designs, including animals, dinosaur bones, splatter paint, circus designs, construction, cars, florals, clouds, robots, stars, dino dudes, monsters and firetrucks.
About 3,600 were sold in the U.S., and another 33,250 were sold in Canada. In the U.S., they were sold nationwide at T.J. Maxx and Marshalls stores, tjmaxx.com, marshalls.com and sierra.com from April 2018 through February 2021 for about $20.
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