When parents are readying their nursery for their new bundle of joy, they might not even think about safety issues associated with baby bedding. Cute comforters with matching colors will attract us apart from its bad effects. To escape from this some tips are available to know you that your baby’s cot is safe to your baby and have comfortable space for the stylish look.
Fitted Sheets and receiving blankets that are light in weight are the main things you need when picking baby bedding. Comforters will probably be unnecessary until your child is around two years old, so keep this in mind when buying a set. Never cover your infant (0-12 months) in a heavy blanket because he might suffocate or overheat in his sleep.
Be aware of the temperature in the nursery to keep the room pleasant for your baby, use lightweight clothes in the summer, and try wearable blankets in the winter.
Baby bumpers have been linked to SIDS, therefore you should discard any bumpers that may come with your crib bedding, as they are not safe. When your baby grows and learns to climb on things, crib bumpers will give him the extra boost he requires to get out of his crib. Although they may be adorable, bumpers should not be used for a baby girl or cheap baby boy bedding.
While cute and cuddly, stuffed animals should be removed from the crib before your child is asleep as they can cause your child to suffocate. It is all right for a child to play with toys in his crib as long as someone is watching him, but when it is time for them to go to sleep all toys need to be removed.
Crib bedding can really add a wonderful touch to a child’s nursery, but please remember that matching comforters and pillows are just for looks; they are not a functional or safe choice for your infant’s bed. Use the bare minimum in infant bedding, and if you’re not entirely sure, ask your pediatrician.
Children will often let their parents know their preferences on their toddler bedding; it is not unusual to see young toddlers expressing their own ideas on decorating and most of them have definite likes and dislike in terms of patterns and colors for their pillows and blankets.