Published at Monday, June 25th, 2018 - 13:37:06 PM. Bedding. By Tallis Carressa.
Next you'll want to choose a fabric. This depends a lot on the preferences of the child you're designing for. Some like softer fabrics while others want something crisper. Take the climate into account as well. In an area where you have warm summers and mild winters, you won't have to worry about this as much. However, in a place that's hot or cool year round, you'll want to plan for this in your bedding. Use thick, insulating fabrics like wool and flannel where it remains cold all year. In warm climates, satin and cotton are good.
Baby's bedding should be pleasing to the parents. Mom and dad are going to be spending the most time looking around the room while changing diapers, dressing baby, or feeding and rocking baby. Baby will not care about the color scheme unless it is upsetting to mom or dad. If during the midnight feeding, dad's heart rate is up because he can't stand blue and red plaid, it is time to consider a new bedding theme. Moms usually have the most influence in choosing, so make sure you are kind to dad as these decisions are made.
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