If you or someone you know owns either a Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play Sleeper, or a Kids II Rocking Sleeper, we ask that you stop using it immediately. The last thing any parent wants is to think their baby is unsafe in a product meant for infants. With keen marketing, “expert” recommendations, and availability in stores nationwide, most parents believe the products they’re buying are safe. But that’s not the case with these sleepers. If you haven’t already heard, there has been a nationwide recall of these sleepers because they put the baby at risk of severe injury or death. That’s because the sleepers rest at an incline– and babies are supposed to sleep on a flat surface. To start from the beginning, both the Fisher-Price and Kids II sleepers are stationary devices meant for young infants and babies to rest in. They have been sold in major retailers, such…