By Laylah Daigle. Nursery Furniture. Published at Saturday, May 26th, 2018 - 00:53:18 AM.
If you and your partner are expecting twins that will share everything, from the nursery to the baby furniture to the toys, you will need to be on the lookout for baby furniture pieces that will not only last because it will now take twice as much beating, but that will also possess a quality which is transferable to contrasting personalities. A rather safe bet would be to ultimately go with high quality wood baby furniture. Yes, there are a number of cheap, plastic alternatives, but only quality wooden built baby furniture pieces have lasting impressions. You usually have a choice between basic or stained colours for your baby furniture needs. Be extremely careful when selecting your wooden baby furniture pieces, as full wooden pieces are very different from particle boards that appear to be wood. However, the main difference is that particle boards are of a much lower quality, seeing as it damages easily, are brittle, and can warp when wet.
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.
Position a nightstand within easy reach. It will provide a convenient place for bedtime stories and a cup of water if your child wakes up thirsty. If the bed is high, place a step stool nearby to make it easier to get in and out.
When baby girls grow older, their beds could have blinds with the curtains hanging on rods above. This gives the bed somewhat a princess bed kind of appearance. Not that the girls would be complaining! Bedding is one interesting avenue where there are a lot of options in store for the parent from choosing the kind and texture of sheets, the choice of colors and baby bedding patterns. While purchasing a baby bed it is up to you if you choose a gender neutral baby bed or something which would make her feel like a princess or make him feel like a superhero.
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