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    When furnishing your nursery, here are some of the essential pieces that most parents choose: crib, mattress & sheets, dresser, changing table, rocking/feeding chair, wardrobe, and chest of drawers. Check out our expanding collection of Nursery Furniture, featuring cots, beds, wardrobes, and bedside cribs to make your baby's room complete. And with our wooden nursery furniture, you can feel good about being eco-friendly - wood is the only renewable building material.

    It is advised to put your little one to sleep in their own safe sleeping space but in the same room as an adult caregiver for the first six to 12 months. A large study of evidence from across Europe found that the risk of sudden infant death was significantly reduced when the infant slept in the same room, but not the same bed, as the parents. The safest place for your baby to sleep for at least the first 6 months is in a separate cot or moses basket in the same room as you. Newborn babies will also wake often during the night and requier attention and feeding throughout – so it's also practical to be close to your little one.

    When choosing a baby monitor, there are a few things to take into consideration. Baby monitors come in four different categories: audio, video, movement, and sensor. Each type has a unique set of benefits and drawbacks. Next, consider the attributes a baby monitor should have. The three most crucial components to consider are two-way audio, range, and battery life. Before making a final decision, we advise to study online reviews. You can use this to get a sense of what other parents think about the various baby monitors available on the market.

    Safe Sleep 7 is an expertly crafted set of guidelines to ensure that co-sleeping with your baby is safe and secure. Here's what you need to know:

    You can safely share a bed with your baby if you meet these 7 requirements:
    1. You don't smoke
    2. You're sober and not impaired
    3. You're a breastfeeding mother, and your baby is healthy and full-term
    4. Your baby is on their back
    5. Your baby is lightly dressed
    6. You're both on a safe surface

    By following these guidelines, you can enjoy co-sleeping with your baby with no greater risk of SIDS than having them in a nearby crib.

    Newborn's spend on average 14 hours a day sleeping and we know how important it is to get the right mattress for your little one. Getting the right size and shape mattress that fits perfectly snug in your little ones sleeping space is essential to prevent any gaps around the edge that their fingers or limbs could get stuck in. The space between the top of the mattress and cot should also be big enough to prevent your child from attempting to climb out.

    Make sure your mattress is both firm, flat and in good condition, as well as boasting good breathability to help regulate baby's temperature, with no signs of rips or tears or any sagging. The firmer the mattress the better. Even if it feels very stiff to you, your baby will adjust to it. Organic mattresses are a great choice and are made from chemical and allergen-free natural materials such as bamboo, coconut fibres and natural latex to name a few. They are one of the firmest varieties of baby mattresses, providing optimal support as recommended by safe sleep experts.

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