Bumpers cover the rails of the crib that may be hazardous to a young child. Whether it is your first or your fifth child, your babies health and well being will forever be on your mind.
Last week I accompanied my news reporter friend to a seminar organized by a Baby Care Organization. It was mainly on Baby-Safety. An estimated 2, 500 new born babies die every year. The researchers found that many SIDS are caused due to suffocation by extra accessories like pillow, blankets etc. Here I'm presenting the views of expert pediatricians about crib sets for new parents.
Dimensions should also be a consideration that you think about. Don't use the standard measurements for the size of your bed. If your mattress is extra thick it may end up making your comforter look too small. Measure the width and then add an amount equal to the drop on each side. Also measure the length adding in the drop on one side. This will give you a perfect size to look for although you may not be able to find a comforter that is exactly that size.
Quality should also be a high priority when it comes to choosing a comforter set. Some are poorly made and will wear out in a very short period of time. Look for fabric that is high quality and which will not develop holes and tears after a short period of time. Also make sure that trim is sewed on well and that any seams will not unravel easily.
Also try look for sets that are made of cotton or wool. Those that are made of wool are extremely comfortable, while those are made of cotton are usually hypoallergenic. Hypoallergenic is always a good choice for babies, as you never going to be sure what allergies they may have. Keep this in mind looking for you sets, if you may be bombarded it with cotton sets that are not hypoallergenic. If you do want to go with one that is made of cotton, ensure that is hypoallergenic for the safety and comfort of your baby.
The most popular, perhaps, are gender neutral baby crib Bedding sets. These come in varied color palettes, allowing us not to get hung up on pink or blue, and choose something totally unique for the child. For example, a palette can feature the colors of a blue lagoon and brown bark, which creates a popular blue-brown combination. Another popular color scheme is cream and chocolate, which creates a comfy beige scheme. https://offtrackbedding.com/ with colorful hand-sewn patches will create a feeling of comfort, calm, and loving hands for your newborn.
The flannel is very good because it keeps baby nice and warm. The satin is good for babies skin and hair. There are also numerous other textures such as suede, chenille, and corduroy. Eco Friendly bedding is my absolute favorite. There's nothing better for your baby than all natural ingredients in the bedding you know is going to touch there sensitive skin. Hypo-allergenic plus there are no dyes used and no chemicals. All colors are added naturally.
A ripped sheet should not be used. A small rip can get larger causing hazards to the baby. Baby's hands or legs can get stuck into the rip. So either repair it or use new one.