When it comes to having a nursery for your baby, there are so many things to consider. One of the main things is to understand that while having a beautiful nursery seems important, having one that functions well for you and your child is actually key. Getting caught up in colour schemes and design patterns might be fun but you’ll be so thankful in the middle of the night when you’re taking care of your baby that you planned ahead and created a nursery that works for you and your baby’s needs.
Now that Piglet is approaching two and a half years old she is still very much in her cot. Whilst the thought of when we should transition her to a toddler bed is there. I’m not in any particular hurry to complete this milestone. However, having been through this process twice before I am keen to do this in steps rather than all at once – that is, unless she decides to make a bid for freedom and climb out of her cot.
Putting up a perfect nursery before a baby arrives can be a little bit stressful, particularly if you lack experience in design. Whilst it can be an exciting time the task at hand can be overwhelming as you want to create the perfect space for the new arrival. The following tips can help put you on the right track when it comes to decorating a nursery.
Summer brings a whole host of benefits, including warmer temperatures, lighter nights and outdoor activities. However, lighter nights can wreak havoc on your child’s bedtime routine, especially when they’re going to sleep when it’s still light outside.