Here’s some shocking news for parents of young children: The Nap Nanny portable baby recliner, when used as a crib, reportedly led to the death of a 4-month-old girl in Royal Oak, Michigan, and now 30,000 units have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. According to the CPSC website, the baby was found strapped into her harness and was caught while hanging over the side of the recliner. The manufacturer, Baby Matters, and the commission know of other cases in which infants, mostly 5 months old and younger, have become trapped in the recliner, too. Consumers with a first-generation Nap Nanny, which sold for about $130, can receive an $80 coupon for a new Nap Nanny. What a deal!