A few days ago my good friend Christi gave birth to her first baby boy! I also have a lot of clients who have recently had their first child and are building their family and home together, so in honor of them, here’s a nice article about things to think about when putting together your nurseries!
Babies and children are considerations you need to make room for when choosing the right home. I’ve had plenty experiences so far helping young families choose wisely, so let me know how I can help your family!
Protect your newborn by choosing nontoxic nursery furniture, bedding, rugs and paint. We give you all the details here
Babies spend most of their first year sleeping. So naturally they should have the safest, most nurturing space possible, right? The Environmental Protection Agency has found that indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outdoor air, and many of the pollutants and chemicals that could harm your baby aren’t visible to the naked eye. Plastics and vinyl can off-gas potentially harmful phthalates and BPA, and many textiles are treated with toxic flame retardants. Thankfully, in light of this, the marketplace has responded with chemical-free cribs and furniture and organic mattresses and sheets, all of which feel better, smell better and help keep your baby comfortable, healthy and safe.