Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
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woolen blankets and I always end up in hives.
(obviously passed on from generation to my generation to my baby’s generation)
for my first newborn?
forefathers was not necessarily good for me or my newborn.
Three kids later, I won’t claim I am a children’s beddings expert, but I did learn that in choosing your children’s beddings, I only choose those that I will use myself. My first rule is that they be comfortable. I always go for cotton since it is soft and breathable and my skin doesn’t break into hives.
And of course, I need to add that they ought to be cute, too! My girls have beddings in cute pastels with a touch of whimsy and Sweet JoJo Designs.
I avoid synthetic fibers and fleece because they can cause allergies and are quite irritating as well. I always make sure that anything that will come into contact with my kids’ skin are soft, comfortable, non-irritating and non-allergenic.
And since babies tend to soil their beddings a whole lot, try to buy beddings that are easy to clean and are safe to wash in the washing machine. You wouldn’t want to end up washing them by hand! Believe me, I have tried this. You wouldn’t want to have a hungry, screaming baby in the crib while you are struggling to hand-wash the soiled beddings.
Pedro Luis López Pérez (PL.LP) says
We must be careful with the choice of clothes.
The skin is very sensitive and you have to choose the best.
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aby ♥ says
your skin is so sensitive.. that's my first time to hear about allergic to wools.. waahh..
IKR. MY skin always gets irritated. kakainis. I break out into rashes over simple things like strong sunlight, petroleum jelly, lamok