Contact Checklist - Nursery essentials It's very easy to get carried away and spend a small fortune on baby bits. We found these are the main things you need Bed - whether it's a crib, cot or cotbed, you'll be surprised how fast your little one grows out of the Moses basket and, when you feel it's time for them to be in their own room, a bigger bed is essential.
We like foam mattresses, John Lewis have a great selection.. A warm but well-ventilated room is perfect for baby, although you may need to plan ahead for hot summers and cold winters with a fan and oil-filled radiator anyway.
Mattress - A good mattress is key. We like foam mattresses, John Lewis have a great selection.. Change table - Obviously you can change your baby's nappy anywhere, but a change table that doubles up as storage for all those clothes and gifts people have sent you is a useful thing to have.
Nappy bin - some people think these are unnecessary as you can just use a normal bin, but we prefer our houses not to smell of poo, so we LOVE these. If you have more than one floor in your house, it might be worth setting up a downstairs nappy station, with an extra nappy bin there so you don have to carry your baby up and down stairs in your sleep-deprived state every time they need a change.
We recommend the Tommee Tippee Sangenic nappy disposal bin. Somewhere comfy to sit - night time feeding can go on for a loooooong time so having a nice comfy chair, sofa or bed to settle down on is a must. A glider chair is perfect. Kub Haywood gliders are exceptionally comfortable.
Black out blinds - Our babies were born in the spring, so during their first few months, it was very light, very early. You can buy travel black out blinds as a temporary measure if you prefer.
We love the Gro company's Gro anywhere blackout blind. We also love a product called Blindsides which stop the light escaping from the sides of your blinds - genius invention and very easy to slot over the top of your existing curtain pole or roller blind.
Monitor - see our list of top monitors.
Nappy bin - some people think these are unnecessary as you can just use a normal bin, but we prefer our houses not to smell of poo, so we LOVE these. You may withdraw your permission at any time. Really good design is sustainable.
Low light lamp or dimmer switches - so you can feed baby at night without blinding them as you turn the light on. Thermometer - very important to know what temperature the room is so that baby isn't too hot or cold. The Gro Egg thermometer is a small egg-shaped night light that changes colour according to how warm it is, so you can easily pop your head in the room to check without disturbing baby.
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