By Dakota Renner. Nursery Furniture. Published at Wednesday, December 27th, 2017 - 16:46:48 PM.
Floor space is often at a premium in a shared nursery, so seek out compact, versatile furniture. Select the cribs first. To maximize value, consider convertible cribs that convert to toddler beds and to full–sized headboards. You may want to start with portable bassinets or Moses baskets for the early months, which make it easy to separate a waking baby from a sleeping one.
Of course, it’s only rewarding afterwards. Putting together any new living space can be a stressful ordeal. But putting together a living space for someone who doesn’t have any tastes or ideas yet, well, that’s nearly impossible, right? Thankfully, parents have been doing it for centuries and it’s not that tough. All you have to do is keep a few things in mind and just go by your own personal tastes. In the end, your baby won’t mind as long as it’s comfortable (remember your doing this more for yourself then the baby at this point).
A traditional crib may look cute but you will also need something portable so that you can keep an eye on baby wherever you are. Baby will soon grow out of this and you will have to store it. A larger sturdy crib of the more functional kind will normally be much bigger and therefore your baby will be able to sleep in it until he or she is at least a year old, sometimes older. Alternatively, you could buy a toddler bed for later on and a baby basket which is portable but can be placed on the toddler bed or any other surface when it's time for sleep.
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.
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