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The first few months of your baby’s life come with so many transitions for your little one and for you as a parent! One of the big changes — learning how to transition your baby to a crib — comes when your little one outgrows their bassinet.

If making this change feels overwhelming to you, you’re not alone. Lots of parents stress over the move!

That’s why we’ve created a list of tips for how to transition your baby to the nursery and their crib. But first, let’s go over a few guidelines for when this transition should happen.

In recent years, organic crib sheets have become increasingly popular. Why is that? What makes organic sheets better and generally safer for your little one?

Since we know a thing or two about baby products here at Newton Baby, we wanted to share this guide to help you make an informed decision when buying sheets for your little one.

Do you really need a crib mattress pad? The answer is completely up to you! But if you’re like most parents, there’s a pretty good chance that you put a lot of effort into preparing your little one’s nursery. And since babies and toddlers spend so much of their time sleeping, you most likely tried to equip their room with all the necessities in order to help them stay comfortable and safe while asleep. You’ve done a great job so far, and you probably thought you could check the nursery off your to-do list...until you heard about crib mattress pads....

How do you know when to stop swaddling your little one? This is an important question to ask, especially for your baby’s safety.

Swaddling is a great technique to help your baby feel safe as they adjusted to life outside of the womb. We understand the many incredible benefits of this ancient technique, which is why we created swaddles that are 100 percent breathable and help prevent overheating.

But the older your little one gets, the less they need this method to help them feel calm or fall asleep.

Newborn Sleep Simplified

Mon, Mar 22, 2021

Your baby will learn a lot from you over the years. Perhaps the first and most important skill you’ll teach your baby is how to sleep. Fact is, sleep isn’t an innate skill—it must be learned. And while we don’t sleep train until 4 months from their estimated due date, those first few months are an opportunity to lay the foundation for healthy sleep habits. By doing so, you’ll help your baby take better, more consistent naps (you can shower! Drink hot coffee!) and sleep more soundly at night (yes, please!) You can start these tips into action right away...

ONE LUCKY WINNER WILL RECEIVE: Newton Baby - Breathable Crib Mattress ($300 value) Owlet - Smart Sock ($300 value) Motif Medical - Luna Breast Pump with Rechargeable Battery ($299 value) Oilogic - Best-selling Bundles + $75 Oilogic gift card ($150 value) Toddleroo by North States - Superyard Ultimate 8-Panel + ABC Play Mat + Childproofing Deluxe Kit ($210 value) Bodily - $150 Shop Credit for postpartum & breastfeeding essentials Dyper - 3 Months of Diapers ($204 value) Tonies - Sleepy Time Bundle ($145 value) Lark Adventurewear - $200 Shop Credit Lalo - The Chair ($215 value)   TERMS & CONDITIONS: NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE...

Has your baby started acting like Houdini and playing tricks on you, like climbing out of their crib? If so, you’re in good company! If your baby climbed out of their crib but you’re not ready to transition them to a toddler bed just yet, we’re here for you.

We have a few tricks of our own to help you when your baby (or toddler!) starts climbing out of their crib.
At Newton Baby, we know how important it is for your baby to get good, safe sleep. That’s why we created this list of the eight best portable cribs and some safety tips to follow when using one.
You’ll always remember the moment your friend tells you that she’s expecting. Whether it’s her first pregnancy or she already has one or two kids in tow, she’s probably feeling a mixture of emotions—from excited to stressed.

Either way, as a good friend, you’ll want to show your support! Choosing the right gift off of her baby registry will show your friend how happy you are for her, as well as convey the fact that you’ll be there for her every step of the way.

If it’s her first baby, she may need help putting together her registry so it includes everything you actually need when bringing home a baby.

If you’re stumped for ideas to suggest, here is some advice on what your expecting friend will really want and need after having her baby.
Babies learn everything they know by observing their surroundings. So as your little one grows a bit older, they may develop an attachment to a cozy blanket (they see you sleep with one every night!). But when can your baby sleep with a blanket safely?
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