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At first, it's not a bad idea to keep your newborn in the same room with you as much as possible. Even when he's sound asleep, stay close by.
For making quick trips to the bathroom or when cooking a meal, it's safest to put your baby in his crib or strap him into a bouncy seat on the floor nearby (as long as he's out of reach of siblings and pets).
Also, put his crib in the room where you sleep. Research shows that babies have a lower risk of SIDS when they sleep on their back, on a firm mattress, in the same room as their parents.