So you are expecting a brand new little bundle of pleasure. Congratulations! You have cleared out the little bedroom near yours and you are prepared to set up your baby’s room. Here are a few suggestions that can keep baby comfortable and safe and not cost a fortune. Security is the number one variable in a baby’s room. Take a look at the security guidelines prior to purchasing or borrowing a crib (see Baby Crib Safety Checklist). Take advantage of your cash to purchase stuff which will continue at least a couple of years, including a crib that converts to a toddler bed as well as a little chest of drawers. Keep it by your bed and you may decide to utilize a cradle in the early months, but you’ll require a crib. Other infant furniture carries a high chair as well as a changing table. And do not forget a comfy rocking chair (with arms) for late night feedings or to rock-a-bye baby a fussy infant to sleep. In setting the room up, make sure everything you will want will be close at hand, and that means you do not need to leave baby
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