baby boy crib bedding
Having a baby is the most wonderful experience a woman can have as it is a
fulfillment of the biological function of the female species. After the giving birth
process, the real work begins. Feeding bottles, diaper changes, immunization
records are just a few of the things the new mom has to learn quickly. And one
important thing to consider in the arrival of the baby is the kind of baby bedding
he or she will use. According to Dr. Mark Brandenburg (http://www.baby-
place.com/crib_safety.html), the number one rule to follow in choosing the right
baby bedding for your precious infant is safety. The second rule says safety and
the third rule emphasizes safety. We are to conclude that it is not enough to say
it, it must be emphasized that baby bedding is critical for the comfort of the baby.
In his article on how to find the perfect baby bedding, it must be neither too hard
nor too soft. In the past, sudden infant death syndrome or SIDS was attributed to
very soft baby bedding. This happened when the baby's mattress is too soft that
his nose and mouth gets covered and the air he exhales is the air he breathes.
This is dangerous for him since he would breath carbon dioxide rather than
oxygen and the effects could lead to drowsiness, coma or even death.
There are a lot of styles and makes in choosing the baby's bed. And with that, it
follows that the baby bedding must be a perfect fit with the chosen equipment.
The three major selections are: a bassinet, a crib or a cradle. What differentiates
one from the other? A bassinet is an oblong-shaped basket that serves as a bed
for an infant. But sometimes, round bassinets are also available. A crib is a bed
that is flanked with high side bars for a baby or young child's safety. Cribs are
usually more economical since the baby can use it from infancy to two years.
While a cradle is a small low bed that an infant uses that has rockers on its stand.
In all these, the material used to make the equipment should alert and