By Stephanie Busby. Nursery Furniture. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 07:30:44 AM.
When arranging the baby furniture in the nursery, keep the crib away from any window. Any windows that have blinds or draperies also have cords that could cause strangulation. And the screen of an open window is not strong enough to prevent a child from falling out.
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!
Baby’s sleeping area. For your child to sleep in, you will have to first choose between a crib and a bassinet. The difference between the two is in the size as well as in the length of time your baby will be using it.
You can buy a set of Amish baby furniture or you can buy individual pieces such as Amish chests that are an excellent storage option for a nursery. Some Amish chests come equipped with a surface that can double as a changing table so that you don’t have to incur the extra expense of a changing table which is so essential for the first couple of years of a baby’s life.
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