Just like any mom, we’re always tempted to make sure our little one feels like royal from the moment they wake up, until they sleep. Yes, I feel guilty about that ‘special royal treatment’ I provide to my baby, but isn’t that what you’re supposed to do. I’ve transformed the bedroom and nursery many times, and I felt that’s important for both of us.
After feeling some mild side effects of capsiplex, I’ve wanted to feel good and bedroom change has always been the way for me. When it feels good to me, it’s supposed to be the same way with my child.
My suggestion in baby beddings is to always go for the same brand for towels, bed linen and pillows, since the same manufacturer basically uses the same materials for all their baby bedding products. A mommy should be able to feel the linen, making sure they’re naturally healthy, breathable, soft and gentle to the skin.
For pillows, make sure that the filling has first class white polish goose down (90%) and small white goose feathers (10%), on a 100% cotton white twill weave casing. The exquisite softness should be smooth and gentle to touch, which your baby will surely love to sleep upon.
Just remember to shake the pillows everyday to prevent the filling from piling and crumpling. Don’t forget to expose the pillows to fresh air, but not necessarily to direct sunlight, fog and high humidity. Also, make sure you don’t allow your other kids to play around with your baby’s pillow, since beating reduces the firmness and softness.
Don’t use your vacuum cleaner for cleaning. If you need the pillows to be washed, you can have them commercially laundered from shops with special-capacity washing machines. If you have to do the washing yourself, follow wash instructions as always, and have the pillows left in the dryer until completely dry. Line drying is not advisable for pillows since the filling usually goes lumpy.
Pair your baby pillows with beddings, always going for 100% cotton baby satin weave linen, since this provides the greatest softness, smoothness and comfort for your baby. Bebe beddings that are naturally soft and supple are breathable and naturally hypo-allergenic.
When washing (usually at 40ºC), use non-bio detergent without any bleaching agent. Then, easily hang them dry on washing line or even on a tumble dryer. Though, make sure the dryer is not too hot for the bedding. You need to remove the linen immediately from the dryer to avoid the formation of creases.