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Friday, July 26, 2013

Furnishing Your Baby's Room.

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you’re having your first baby or your third, outfitting a nursery is part of the excitement. If you’re welcome your first child or it has been years since you had your last, you need new furniture. Newborns have special needs; do you know what to buy for your little one’s nursery?

At a minimum, your baby will need a crib and a changing table. These pieces will ensure that your baby has a place to sleep and you have a safe place to change diapers. If you want to go a bit beyond minimal needs, a dresser, a glider and even a great closet organizer are all useful.

Convertible cribs that change into toddler beds are incredibly popular among parents. These cribs eliminate the need to purchase more furniture when your baby is ready for a big kid’s room. Purchasing a nursery suite is an easy way to put a matching nursery together with very little effort. No matter what you’re looking for, have fun designing your baby’s nursery; it’s one of the most exciting times of your pregnancy.

Baby Furniture Plus is a top kids furniture stores in Greenville SC. Whether you shop at BFP or online, take your time and enjoy yourself. Like all of the other firsts, your baby will only have one first bedroom. Make the experience of choosing and buying furniture a fun one.
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1 comment:

Rachel N said...

I actually find that the cribs that turn into beds are pretty useless. All of my kids have chewed on their cribs at some point, who wants to spend hundreds of dollars on a fancy crib so that the baby will chew on it and then you won't want to use it as a bed anyways.

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