Even with so many health and medical advancements, SIDS is still a real threat among infants. Studies have shown that one of the leading causes of SIDS is in the toxic chemicals found on the mattress the baby sleeps on. So, new parents are encourage to invest in a greener and healthier type of crib mattress to assure that the baby’s safety. One such mattress is this affordable natural crib mattress from Pure & Simple.
Category: Crib Mattress
Have the babies outgrown their crib mattress? Are they set on sleeping in their transition beds? Don’t throw the crib mattress away just yet. If there’s no one next in line to use it, keep the crib mattress and start on a new project of repurposing this. Now that spring is almost here, a nice swing in the backyard will keep kids busy relishing in the outdoors, and their old crib mattress would be perfect to use for this.
Do you have a baby that’s all grown up and is sleeping in her own single bed now? Is her baby mattress still around and is it still in great condition? Don’t give or throw this away just yet. You can repurpose the baby mattress into a sitter or a daybed to add to your living room or the outdoor patio. Or perhaps place in your own bedroom, if there is still some space.
Searching for a natural mattress for your little bundle? This mattress from The Little Dreamer is one of the safest, most practical in its class.
Designed with side sleeping surface, which has been made firm for maximum support, the Moonlight slumber is made from high density foam with an internal fire barrier culled from natural materials. The foam is considered high quality and medical grade, while the mattress itself is free from any vinyl or plastic material. This definitely is something to consider, especially when you want your children to be assured of the best, safest, and healthiest sleep.
A house with kids in transition, sleeping from the crib to an actual bed, will do well with a bed convertible like this piece from Ethan Allen.
The bottom bunk to this bed can be adjusted to become a full-sized sleeping space for the child, with the bed serving him well up to his teenage years. Additionally, the bottom bunk has extended legs, support rails and brackets, as well as additional hardware to complete the transformation of the bed.
Start kids early with developing proper sleeping habits and preferences with this soybean crib mattress from Sealy.
This mattress comes with a high density foam that is infused with soybean, and thus, it smells heavenly and not at all harmful to a baby’s sensitive nose. The bed is also designed with an EverEdge support system, an exclusive technology for Sealy.
The International Sleep Products Association (ISPA) and its key working group and members has drafted a new crib mattress standard or guideline that the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), a regulating body, has just approved. This new standard is aimed at a better and safer sleep environment that will help prevent SIDS and other threats and accidents for babies and infants while sleeping.
This soft duvet cover may be straightforward and simple. The only thing that stands out is that dog that’s sleeping on top of it. Pets make beds messy, but not this dog, who actually has a name — Bob.
Bob will leave paw prints, stinky dog smell and dog fur on the bed. And he will be sleeping on this all the time. It’s because Bob is a digitally printed dog, and even with multiple washings, this print won’t fade away.
All these news about Kate and William, British royalties, have made me start wondering — what type of mattress would the royal baby sleep on? The mattress brand Hypnos, is reportedly what the royal family prefers to and while they do not have baby cots and baby mattresses, this Orthos Cashmere model looks and sounds divine, anyone on it would definitely be pushed to sleep like a baby.