The AAP does not recommend placing stuffed animals, soft objects or other bedding on a mattress with a baby. Here is the latest AAP safe sleep guidelines.
Space is not a luxury that all new parents have. So, when you go from being a family of two to getting ready to welcome your little one home, it’s not just your run-of-the-mill baby proofing. And with limited space you might be wondering exactly how it’ll all work out, now that you have a whole crib to fit in. So, where will your tiny bundle of joy fit?
If you haven’t heard of “crib in closet,” then please allow me to make introductions! Putting a baby crib in the closet might be the best (or only) option some parents have if they’re dealing with limited space. But don’t worry because that doesn’t mean you can’t get creative and design a fabulous space working with what you do have: a closet. And, it doesn’t take much either. Go for a statement-making wallpaper pattern, add colorful tulle, a great lighting piece and you’ll have a brand new space in no time at all.