Today I am fortunate to have a friend, Mandy Sticos of Simply Baby Blog, share her favorite trendy products for baby sleep (that will make you gush). Some of the links below are affiliate links and will help fund my Starbucks addiction but I’d only recommend the cutest and best products.
When it comes to setting the stage for restful sleep, parents are willing to try anything for their little ones! Here are some of my favorites for bringing on long stretches of baby sleep. *
Organic Footed Pajamas – These soft footed pjs will set the scene for a long nap by DorDor & GorGor.
Sheep Mobile – Felted wool sheep bounce around your little one to entice soft slumber. Crafted by hand and made of natural materials by Pehr Designs.
Crib Sheet Duo – Organic cotton jersey will entice babies to drift off into dream land and having a back up sheet, is always a plus.
Bunny Blanket – Once your little one is old enough, a soft organic cotton lovey blanket will make them cozy and warm. This little bunny has the bonus of a blanket surface and little ears and limbs to play with. Of course, leave this cutie alway from the crib during sleep, but it’s a perfect “lovie” to use after a year.
Breathable Mesh Crib Liner – At the stage of mobile sleep, little arms and legs can get stuck in between crib bars causing unnecessary wake ups. A breathable mesh liner will keep your baby and pacifiers contained (but should only be used once your baby is over 1 year old).
All Natural Pacifier: The perfect all natural rubber pacifier with an easy to grab handle for little hands. Once babes get older it tends to double as a teether.
Bunny Board Book – Build a night time routine with this adorable bedtime story, So Many Bunnies. It tells the tale of a mom and her twenty six bunnies and where they all sleep.
Owl Sound Machine – Sound machine, night light and projector are all packed into the cutest owl. If this doesn’t soothe your little one, nothing will.
*Please note: never leave toys or blankets in a crib or cradle with babies unattended.
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Mandy Forlenza Sticos of Simple Baby Blog (http://simplebabyblog.com)