Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia is distributing boxes to new moms to promote safe sleep for babies, according to 6 ABC news.

Moms and their newborns will sleep more soundly thanks to a program that’s now available at Temple University Hospital.

It provides new mothers with supplies, and even a safe place for their babies to sleep when they go home.

Victoria Mack is one of the first mothers at Temple to receive a “baby box.” It’s designed to give babies like 2-day-old Reign a safe sleeping environment.

“An infant’s sleep frankly should be boring,” said Medical Director Dr. Megan Heere, Temple’s Well Baby Nursery. “They should sleep alone on their backs, in their crib.”

And with nothing inside.

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