Do you want a crib that provides some of the highest safety standards by CPSC and JPMA? Well look no further, this style of crib is only found at your local independent baby retailer. What is it? The Safety-Gate Crib, a patented crib made only by Baby’s Dream Furniture. This kind of crib provides safer and easier access solutions to many families.
To simply put it, crib bumpers are NOT illegal. There is a lot of hype in the media and knowing before you buy will allow you to be more comfortable. Bumper pads help complete the look of bedding, reduce the draft to keep baby warm, and prevent entrapment of limbs between crib rails. The main purpose of the pads was to prevent limb entrapment. The spacing between crib rails, back in the day, used to be very wide and the bumper pads helped prevent injuries.
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Baby's Dream Furniture encourages locally-based economies because it has made simple but effective illustration of how money flows if it’s spent at a locally owned business versus a non-local business. Buying close to home may be more than a feel-good, it's-worth-paying-more-for-local matter. A number of researchers and organizations are taking a closer look at how money flows, and what they're finding shows the profound economic impact of keeping money in town—and how the fate of many communities around the nation and the world increasingly depend on it. Buying local boots your local economy and keeps the integrity of our nation alive. Here ten more reasons why you should buy locally:
65% of women admit to heating their baby's bottle in the microwave, despite all the warnings against doing so. Standard advice for heating a bottle is to let it sit in a pan of warm water in the sink for a few minutes until it reaches room temperature.
But, most time-pressed moms are skipping it anyways. Testing done a while back by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel with the help of Dr. Frederic vom Saal, a leading BPA expert, concluded the following:
“There is no such thing as safe microwaveable plastic. As you heat it, you degrade the chemical bond. You can’t see this happening. You can’t taste it, you can’t smell it, but you are getting dosed at a higher amount.”
Even microwave safe bottles or plastic that have been designed for use in microwaves undergo testing by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ensure that the plastic will retain its shape under high temperatures and have the “least amount of leaching possible.” Leaching is considered to be safe provided that the amount of leaching is within “certain parameters” for the type of plastic used. Well that’s not very comforting!
Eighty percent of women will experience back pain at some point during their pregnancies. Although it may seem enticing to rest when experiencing pain and not undertake an exercise routine, gentle stretching and movement will often decrease muscle spasms and restore improved spinal function, resulting in decreased pain.
Pregnancy is a joyous time for expectant mothers. But it’s also a challenging time physically and emotionally. Every mother experiences some discomfort during pregnancy. Most symptoms go away quickly or can be easily relieved. If any of these problems persist, or cannot be relieved easily, talk to your health care provider.
Crying is your baby's way of communicating. Most babies cry more at 6-8 weeks old than at birth. Babies cry when they need something and they have different cries for different needs.
Current research suggest that healthy pregnant women can continue to participate in physical activities with certain precautions. When engaging in physical activity, follow the guidelines listed below.