It's news that any parent should be attentive to: a popular sleeper produced by Fisher Price may potentially be recalled and officials are saying if you've got it in your home: stop using it immediately.

I don't have a child myself, but I can't imagine how crazy paranoid I will be when I do. Where are they? What are they doing? What's going on at all times? Yeah, I'll be high maintenance. I can't imagine, however, how scary it could be to know that a sleeper purchased for my child has killed 10 infants. That would be the end of this thing for me--and certainly should be for you too!

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says that if you have the Fisher Price Rock 'n Play Sleeper and your child is able to roll over--stop use as several infants have died.

According to a report released by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and Fisher Price, since 2015, there have been 10 infant deaths. Infants that were 3 months or older were rolling from their back to their stomach, while unrestrained. Certainly--this isn't safe.

The most recent death was reported a month ago.

As of right now, investigative parties and Fisher Price are looking into the issue and say that if it needs to be officially recalled, those steps will be taken soon. For now, just don't use this thing.