A Blanket is to Love

Posted by Jennifer on 4/18/2014 to Baby Care
There are a few items that babies become attached to that transition with them as they grow. Some are seen as less than desirable by the adult status quo, while others are seen with a more favorable response when they continue on with a growing child.

4 Unique Decorations to Put In a Nursery

Posted by Patricia on 3/6/2014 to Baby Bedding
Decorating a baby’s nursery is one of the most exciting parts of preparing for the arrival of a new baby. Many parents go all out and make this room the best-designed part of the entire house. After all, their new bundle of joy is the most important priority in their lives.

Baby Bedding: The Key to a Happy, Safe Baby

Posted by Patricia on 3/5/2014 to Baby Bedding
Did you know that about 2,000 babies die in the U.S. each year of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)? This is the sad truth, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Even worse is the fact that the total number of Sudden Unexplained Infant Deaths (SUIDs) sits at about 4,000 each and every year in America.

Top Quality Stainless Steel Baby Products for Your Little One

Posted by Patricia on 3/5/2014 to Baby Bedding
Parents are more aware than ever of how important it is to be choosy over baby products. Baby’s bodies are exceptionally sensitive and have to be protected from substances that could harm them. It is also important to surround your child with wholesome items that have been designed especially with them in mind. There is plenty of time for compromises later; for now, you want to ensure that only the best quality items are part of your child’s life.

Help Baby Feel at Home In a Personalized Nursery

Posted by Patricia on 3/4/2014 to Baby Bedding
One of the exciting aspects about welcoming a new baby into your home is decorating the nursery. This room is a special area where the baby will spend most of their time. Several elements can help your baby feel calm and at home in these surroundings. In particular, personalized finishes can allow the infant to understand their new identity. The following are a few suggestions to help you personalize the nursery.

Birth Announcement Prints

Posted by Patricia on 2/13/2014 to Baby Bedding
A memory is the mental capacity or faculty of retaining and reviving facts, events, impressions, etc., or of recalling or recognizing previous experiences. As time moves on and people get caught up in work, children, life in general, memories can fade. There are some memories that are meant to last a lifetime. Cherished moments in time should be memorialized.

Bedding Sets

Posted by Patricia on 1/30/2014 to Baby Bedding
Bringing a newborn home is an exciting experience rivaled by none other. For nine months, parents prepare for the birth of their child. They stock up on bottles, diapers, wipes, formula, pacifiers, baby powder and lotions. There are hundreds of little things that parents never think of before having a baby. Preparing for a baby is expensive, time consuming, exciting and necessary.

Safe and Practical Tooth Fairy Pillows

Posted by Patricia I on 8/26/2013 to Baby Bedding
The idea of the tooth fairy has been around for many years, dating all the way back to early European traditions. Children see the gifts from the tooth fairy as a reward for getting older, and she gives them a reason to look forward to some of the first major changes their bodies undergo when they begin to grow up, rather than fear them.

Your Child's Plush Friends

Posted by Patricia on 1/2/2013 to Baby Care
Children will play with a number of different toys during their formative years, but few of these toys will provide the social and psychological benefits of a plush toy or stuffed animal. Before a child has fully developed their verbal communication skills, playing is often their method for expressing themselves. Not only can a stuffed animal provide a safe and trusted outlet for the child's growing emotional base, but they provide a confidante, a friend that will help them explore their new world. Child psychologists have always used plush toys as a tool for working with children who have emotional and mental disorders that range from clinically complex conditions like hyperactivity and trauma to dealing with the basic nightmare.