Our brand new Bed Side Crib for Baby allows you teach your baby sleep in their own bed since the first days of life. Draw it at your bed side and your baby can feel your body warms, smell your milk odour, hear your breath and feel safe and secure. If you are breastfeeding, you can feed your babe at nights lying in your own bed and the baby can still be lying in their crib at the same time.
As you babe grows, move the crib away from you bed and raise up the proctive rail. So your little one can learn to sleep at some distance from you but stil in their custom enviroment.
Later on, you can move this bed to your baby's room and your toddler will stil feel good in their favourite sleep place.
More then that, you can use this bassinet as a changing table and playpen.
The set additonally includes - Mattress, Diaper Changer, Hanging Diaper Caddy.
What should baby wear to bed?
The best thing for a baby to wear to bed is nothing. Babies don't need any extra blankets in their cribs, and they don't need anything on their heads. In fact, it's actually better for them to sleep in cool environments, so they're less likely to overheat.
If you live in a cold climate, you may want to dress your baby in a light sleeper or footed pajamas to keep them warm, but avoid heavy clothing like coats and hats.
What should baby wear to bed 24 degrees?
It depends on the type of clothing your baby wears and how many blankets or other layers are used. However, as a general guideline, if the room temperature is 24 degrees, your baby should wear:
- A long-sleeved bodysuit or other close-fitting top made of warm fabric such as cotton
- Loose bottoms such as pants, leggings, or footed pajamas made of warm fabric such as cotton
- One or two light blankets placed over the top
How to wind down before bed baby?
Before bed, dim the lights and try to relax in a calm environment. You might want to read or listen to soft music to help your baby wind down. Some parents find it helpful to give their baby a bath before bedtime. whatever you do, avoid exposing your baby to bright screens (like television, smartphones, or tablets) before bed, as the blue light emitted from these devices can disrupt sleep.