By Alexandra Mello. Nursery Furniture. Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 17:25:12 PM.
A durable, difficult–to–scratch finish is also important. A crib with a multistep, water–based finish provides rich, child–safe color, whether you choose white, gray or chocolate. Heavy–duty finishes are also popular because they can be easily wiped clean when spills happen.
Another reason why Amish baby cribs are a great idea is their versatility: many of these cribs are designed in a way that the crib can be converted into a day bed for use during the time when the baby is not sleeping. Also when the baby is older and does not sleep as much during the day, this will come in very handy. Other cribs may be limiting in that the baby will shortly outgrow them. An Amish baby crib however is a great investment for the future, since many have the option of being made to expand as a child grows and can even accommodate your child till he or she turns into a teen!
Bassinets are smaller and can only be used for a few months. These smaller baby beds however can be placed near your bed without taking too much space and may make them feel more secure since these are cozy and small, much like a womb. A crib, on the other hand, can be used until your baby enters their toddler years. Some cribs can even be converted into a toddler bed with a few adjustments. When you buy a crib, make sure that the mattress you get with it is a perfect fit and is firm enough to prevent SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), which is often caused by a too soft mattress or other bed items that can cause suffocation.
Rocking Chairs or Gliders. This one is mostly for your use. While rocking chairs are fine, a safer alternative is a glider. These chairs are used when you want to feed your baby (breastfeeding or bottle feeding) and when you want to put them to sleep with a gentle rocking motion.
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