Our Mission and Motto

Our Foundation donates free Sleepy Baby Boxes

Our mission at Sleepy Baby Box is to provide every baby with a safe sleeping space  that limits the risks of accidental suffocation. The risks of SIDS is highest from 3-6 months and every baby deserves a Sleepy Baby Box.

Sleepy Baby Box was created by two parents on a mission to reduce the incidence of  accidental suffocation and educate parents about the risks of SIDS. The Sleepy Baby Box is a symbol of safe sleep  and a great alternative to bed sharing. 


Meet the Baby Box Family

Edward Wilson, Co-Founder, CEO of Sleepy Baby Box has a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Development and is a K-3 educator. Edward has dedicated his life to promoting sensory integration and play in children as the path to learning.

Jenny Wilson, President of Sleepy Baby Box Foundation, has a Master's degree in Nursing and is currently the Director of Emergency Services, Newborn Services, and Labor and Delivery for a large non-profit healthcare company in the United States. 

" I have seen the devastating effects of accidental suffocation. I have witnessed many mothers in absolute despair. I know the Sleepy Baby Box combined with education will save lives."              Jenny Wilson MSN.RN 

Sleepy Baby Boxes promote Safe Sleep

Sleepy Baby Box, LLC guarantees  that our baby boxes, foam mattress, and linens are made in USA. The baby box does not contain any glue or harmful toxins.  

Baby Boxes conform with the recommendation for safe sleep standards put forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics. 

The mattresses provided by Sleepy Baby Box are firm, polyurethane foam pads which have been independently certified as non-toxic and safe and adheres to the following:  

- No PBDE flame retardants

- No prohibited phthalates

- No ozone depleters (CFCs)

- No mercury, lead or heavy metals

- No formaldehyde 

Each Baby Box includes a 100% cotton fitted sheet and mattress cover.   This is a great alternative to using a plastic or vinyl waterproof mattress cover.  

Most parents use their Baby Box as a safe space for baby to sleep at night, keeping it next to their bed. Parents also use the Baby Box as a place for baby to relax or nap during the day, and may take the Baby Box to grandparent's house and on vacation. Once the baby has outgrown the box, it can be re-purposed as a toy box or storage container.