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A Teddy for SIDS!

30 Signatures Goal: 100

Why red noses Well after years I still do not understand why SIDS is celebrated only with red noses. I see red noses being a part of a clown, clown's stand for fun, happy times. What is fun and happy about loosing a much loved baby. NOTHING. My brother passed away from SIDS. My mum has never brought a SIDS red noses for the fact that it is wrong to have a red noses represent SIDS. Why don't they add a teddy bear to their product line that does not have a red nose on it. Everybody will tell you that the one thing that they think of when you mention SIDS is a red nose. I know my mum is not the only one who feels like this. I would like SIDS Australia to change the red nose for a teddy bear or something similar that every member of the community, especially families who have suffered the loss of a baby. I believe that red noses are a insult to our family and to Adam, my baby brother who passed away from SIDS. All I ask is that SIDS Australia introduce a Teddy Bear product for Red nose day that does not have a red nose on it as all their red nose products have red noses on them.

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  • 6 years ago
    Kevin Azz Australia
    6 years ago
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    Samantha Australia
    7 years ago
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    amanda Australia
    7 years ago
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    Rhiannon Gillett Australia
    7 years ago
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    Rhiannon Gillett Australia
    7 years ago
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    Rhiannon Gillett Australia
    7 years ago
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    Simone Tyrrell Australia
    7 years ago
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    Richard Lowrie Australia
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    kristian watts Australia
    7 years ago
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    Linda Moxon Australia
    7 years ago
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    Mont Australia
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    Jenny Wilson Australia
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    Kristy Beckett Australia
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    Courtney Watts Australia
    7 years ago
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    Nicole Cunningham Australia
    7 years ago
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