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Baby sheet for toddler bed

Safety, comfort, care, decoration: the baby sheet has multiple functions. Choosing the right crib linen is just as important as choosing the right mattress. For baby's peace of mind, place a fitted sheet in the crib to protect him from the inevitable night-time leaks. When it comes to patterns and colors, the baby sheet generally coordinates with the matching comforter.

Cribs and linens are essential when it comes to setting up a baby's room. A newborn baby will spend more than 20 hours a day in Morpheus' arms. As he grows, he will continue to sleep around 10 hours a night, often taking one or two naps during the day. Investing in quality sheets is therefore a necessity to guarantee his well-being and safety.

Fitted sheets: a must-have for any birth list

The fitted sheet is specially designed to protect the mattress from baby's perspiration, but also from possible leaks and other discharge. During the first months of life, babies spend a great deal of time lying on their mattress to sleep. Fitted sheets offer a soft, comfortable material. Fitted sheets limit the appearance of stains on the mattress, as well as the proliferation of dust mites, which often trigger allergies and other health concerns. Even if baby sleeps in a turbulette, the sheet is also essential, both for baby's safety and well-being.

How to choose baby sheets

Preferably, we recommend choosing soft sheets, in cotton if possible, with a jersey-type weave that's pleasant to the touch. Sheets are often packaged with a pillowcase, fitted sheet for the mattress and a flat sheet to cover baby if necessary. Thanks to the diversity of colors and patterns, you can match the sheets to the decor of the room: pink, blue, white, with stars or foxes, everything is possible. As the centerpiece of your child's bedroom, beds and linens deserve your full attention.

What material to choose for baby sheets?

Baby sheets are generally made from cotton. This textile fiber is very soft to the touch, breathable and capable of absorbing large quantities of water, perspiration and moisture. What's more, cotton can be washed at high temperatures if required. So it's extremely durable and hygienic. There are all kinds of cotton: combed cotton, cotton, cotton jersey, percale and the fluffy cotton flannel, ideal for winter.

How often should I change my baby's sheets?

As you prepare for baby's arrival and birth, it's a good idea to have several pairs of sheets on hand, as you'll need to wash them regularly. Don't hesitate to invest in sets of fitted sheets, which will be extremely practical if you don't want to be caught unprepared. In fact, it's advisable to change and wash the sheets at least once a week if you bathe your baby in the morning, or once a fortnight if he's bathed in the evening. Of course, in the event of leaks, accidents or discharge, it's important to wash the sheets immediately to avoid the proliferation of bacteria.

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