How to Choose the Best Stroller

Unlike many baby products, a quality stroller will serve you for years. It gets so much use, and for such a long time that I consider of the categories where you might want to spend a little bit extra to get exactly what you need. A quality stroller and infant carrier will serve you between the ages of 6 months to 3+ years. Keep in mind they work well for multiple kids, or even as hand me-down to friends and relatives.

Tip:

Consider holding off on buying a full-size stroller until your baby is 6-12 months old. In the meantime, get a car seat frame stroller which works great until your baby outgrows their infant car seat at around 12 months.

 

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Nursery Safety

Welcoming a new baby into your house is one of the most exciting, joyous, and expensive life milestones, a nursery preparation is proof of this. Before we start exploring all interior design possibilities of your baby's nursery, allow me to share some important steps to take to help create a Safe Sleep Environment for your baby.

1.Provide a Smoke Free environment-both before and after birth.

2.Always place your baby on his or her back to Sleep-night time and nap time.

3.Place your baby to sleep in a crib next to the adult's bed for the first 6 months.

4.Provide a safe Crib environment that has no toys or loose bedding (use only fitted sheets)

REMINDER:

Putting the crib next to your bed makes it easier to breastfeed at night. Some research has shown that breastfeeding reduces the risks of SIDS. To learn more about crib and product safety visit: www.healthcanada.gc.ca/cps

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Nursery Furniture

To prevent tip overs attach furniture to the wall using anti-tip devices. Keep appropriate toys on lower shelves,within your child's reach and store heavier items on the bottom shelf.

 

Nursery Furnitures

Million Dollar Baby Classic Ashbury 4-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Rail

$364.99 - $369.99

 

Taylor & Olive Founders Faux Leather Upholstered Headboard

$68.39

 

 
 

 

 

 

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