Little Bamboo Weegoamigo Dino Herd Pattern Baby Blanket
Striking the perfect balance between style and comfort these unique modern designer blankes will certainly turn heads wherever you go!
Whether you have it hanging off the stroller while on the go or making use of it around the home, the bright vibrant colors of the Weegoamigo will look great anywhere, even the laundry floor.
MakesåÊa perfect baby shower gift!
Features and Specifications:
- Dino Herd Pattern
- Premium double layered
- Cotton knit
- Measures 32" x 38"
- Bound and presented in a beautiful hand-made box
Baby's Bedding and You
Choosing the right baby crib bedding can be a lot of fun with the various choices available that will truly challenge your decision on what look you will be going for your little one.
Popular themes such as patchworks, characters, sports, or florals have taken the lead throughout the times starting off with sheets, pillowcases, and blanket sets, however, nowadays, sets does not limit itself to the crib but rather extends throughout the entire room giving baby's environment a distinctive look while making it fun for baby and parents alike.
The leading choice for baby fabrics is the all-time favorite cotton.åÊ Softer than synthetic fabrics, it gives comfort for baby due to its "breath" characteristic and, when dried, rarely produces static shocks.åÊ Cotton flannel follows the lead as it is softer and warmer - very ideal for the colder months but useable all year round!
- Lay mattress pads underneath crib bedding sheets for mattresses' protection on inevitable diaper leaks!
- The best sleeping position for baby will be on thier backs
- A sleeper instead of blankets on top of a fitted sheet is highly recommended to prevent suffocating accidents from happening
- Avoid placing pillows, comforters, or toys into the crib during baby's sleep time
To prevent infant deaths due to soft bedding, the U.S. Consumer ProductåÊSafety Commission, the American Academy of Pediatrics, andåÊthe National Institute of Child Health and Human Development are revising their recommendations of safe beddingåÊ practices whenåÊputting infants to sleep.