When we our kids were born in the US, I remember the elaborate security measures that they took to prevent any possibility of our baby being taken from us. Special bracelets were installed that would automatically set off alarms, close airlocks, release the hounds, SWAT teams, etc.
It's good to know that the zeal for protecting babies has reduced the chance of having your baby stolen from 1 in 400,000 (5 times less likely than being killed by lightning, which is the gold standard for unlikely events) to less than 1 in 1,000,000.
I'm sure that in Spain, the watchful eye of grandmother would prevent any harm from coming to the baby. (Except perhaps death from overheating by having too many blankets)