As you prepare to welcome your new addition, there are a million thoughts running through your head. What will he/she be like? Will I be a good parent? What car seat should I buy? And surely, plenty more questions are looming. One question is always a fun one: how you will decorate their new baby nursery? Here are some tips on choosing your baby bedding to compliment your Pintrest-worthy room.
Did you know newborns do not detect colors at all? This has lead to a baby’s fascination with black and white patterns. At around three months, they can begin to detect bold colors, such as reds and greens. Using this concept, you can choose patterns and toddler bedding sets that can facilitate these senses and will benefit your child throughout his or her development stages. Parents.com mentions that even older children opt for bolder colors and patterns over pastels and lighter shades, so have this in mind when decorating with kids playroom furniture.
Make it bold!
Since you will be spending the wee hours of the morning and plenty of time during the day in the room, add your own personal style to the mix. There are so many choices that will be beneficial for your child, but reflect a room for which you can be proud. You will enjoy it more when you walk into the room at 2 a.m. to change or feed your new little bundle of joy and see that unique boy crib bedding or personalized wall decor for your baby girl.
Make it stylish!
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that nearly 700 infant deaths between 1991 and 2010 were attributed to pillows and cushions placed in or near a baby’s sleep environment. Rightfully so, an especially common concern for new parents-to-be are the safety features of everything their little one is in contact with. With baby bedding, parents want to ensure the crib is free of pillows, cushions, recliners and thick blankets. Opt for lighter blankets and sheet that fit snugly on the mattress. On cold nights, opting to dressing your baby warm rather than add blankets.
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