Mystery remains over what claimed the life of Kelsie-Jo
to come to their home on Northway Gardens.
The baby was taken to Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax but sadly could not be saved.
A post-mortem by consultant paediatric pathologist Dr Kerry Turner from Leeds Teaching Hospitals found no evidence that cosleeping with her parents was the cause of Kelsie-Jo’s death.
She also found no evidence of suffocation or heart problems.
Extensive tests also failed to find any other health issues, infection, poisoning or chromosome defects.
The court heard Kelsie-Jo was born at the Bronte Birth Centre at Dewsbury Hospital and was a healthy weight.
The baby had some amniotic fluid in her lungs, but Dr Turner said this wasn’t significant enough to have caused her death.
Dr Turner said she could not exclude an electrical heart rhythm issue but it was impossible to prove.
She said in 40%-60% of young infant deaths, a cause of death was never established.
Senior coroner, Martin Fleming, said: “Just because a child tragically died while co-sleeping, it doesn’t mean it played a part in her death.”
He added: “Without any question, baby Kelsie-Jo was a much loved baby, who was well cared for by a doting mother and father.
“We’ll never know what caused her to pass away but it’s not for the want of doing our very best to find out.”