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Sleeping Partners Recalls Moses Basket and Stand

  • Tadpoles Baby and Kids Moses Basket
  • Moses Basket Stand
Name of Product:
Tadpoles Baby and Kids Moses Basket and Stand
The Moses basket fails to meet the federal hand held infant carrier standard and the stand fails to meet the bassinet/cradle standard. The basket can slide off an inclined surface and the stand can tip, posing a fall hazard for infants.
Recall Date:
September 02, 2015
About 5,500 baskets and 800 stands
Consumer Contact

Sleeping Partners toll-free at (844) 489-9498 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at and click on USA then Support to access the Moses Basket Recall information.

Recall Details


This recall involves the Tadpoles Baby and Kids brand Moses baskets and stands. The Moses basket is made from natural tan wild palm leaves and measures about 33 inches long by 14 inches tall and 10 inches wide. The stand has a pine wood frame, a fabric platform and polyester rope design. The stand measures 17 inches tall by 14 inches wide and 15 inches wide when extended. "Tadpoles" is printed on the clear plastic wrapping on the Moses baskets and stands.  


Consumers should immediately stop using the Moses baskets as a hand held infant carrier.  Consumers who purchased both items should immediately stop using the recalled stand and contact the firm for instructions on returning the basket and stand to receive a store credit.


None reported.

Sold At

Babies R Us and buybuy Baby and online at,,,, and from April 2014 through July 2015 for between $50 and $90 for the Moses basket and from June 2014 through July 2015 for between $25 and $35 for the stand.

Manufactured In:
Morocco (Moses basket) and China (stand)

Sleeping Partners International Inc., of Brooklyn, N.Y.

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