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Babies sleep up to 20 hours a day. During this important time they grow and their organism develops. That’s why we have to take care of the baby’s comfort. And it will certainly be provided by a suitable baby cot mattress. On the market you can find many models and types: the difference between them can be very big, so it’s not surprising that many people don’t know which mattress is the best. What should we pay attention to and how to choose the ideal mattress? We’ll give you a few tips! Continue reading “How should it be the baby’s crib mattress?” »

Moving from the crib to the bed is a very confusing moment for parents, who do not know when to do it, sometimes accelerating it or, on the contrary, delaying it. After all, getting a baby to sleep in a completely new environment is difficult for them. Since babies quickly grow out of their bassinets, many parents cannot even decide when to transition babies to cribs. Continue reading “What age should babies be in cribs?” »

The arrival of a baby is a revolution in any home. Nappies, long nights, lots of laundry, and of course, lots of new furniture, gadgets, and accessories. One of the first things a baby needs is a Moses basket or bassinet. At birth, little ones spend around eighteen hours a day sleeping, so having a comfortable place to rest and that we can move to keep an eye on the baby is almost essential. Continue reading “At what age should the baby move from Moses basket to the cot?” »

When your baby moves to a crib depends on several different factors. The Canadian Paediatric Society recommends little ones sleep in the same room as their parents until six months to promote nighttime breastfeeding and reduce the risk of SIDS by having mom and dad close by during the night, so you’re more easily alerted to any problems with your baby. Continue reading “How can I tell it’s time to move my baby out of her bassinet and into a crib?” »

Most children move from a cot to a bed between the ages of 18 months and 3½ years. There is no set time to move your child, but it is probably safest to wait until they are 2. There’s no hurry, though. And there are some advantages to leaving your child in a cot if they’re happy there. For example, your child can’t fall out of the cot. And you can put off the cost of buying a new bed and bedding for a while longer. Continue reading “At what age do babies use cots?” »