As soon as you have a little one, so much of your energy (and money) goes toward keeping them safe. Those instincts kick in quickly! Crib bumpers are one of the baby products on the market that can be confusing.

Are they actually safe for your baby?

If you’re trying to decide if a crib bumper is a necessity in your baby’s nursery, you’re in the right place. We’ll take a look at exactly what crib bumpers are, what they’re meant to accomplish, and whether or not they’re safe for your little one.

If your pup likes to sleep in your bed, it might be time to get them their own dog bed. Dog beds that are just right for your pup are the ticket they need for not only a good night’s sleep but also for a cozy spot to nap on during the day!

If you’re in the market for a dog bed, there are a few things to consider before making your purchase. Here, you’ll discover what you need to know when it comes to buying a comfy bed for your four-legged friend!

When you have a baby, everyone talks about sleeping through the night as the holy grail of sleep. But as any parent holding a fussy, overtired infant in her arms quickly learns: daytime sleep is essential, too. What’s the right baby nap schedule?

In this article, read about recommended baby nap schedules according to your little one’s age, tips for sticking to the schedule, and when you can take a “Nap Pass.”

Most baby accidents and injuries occur within the four walls of your home. The good news is you can do a few things around your house to prevent your little one from getting hurt! Staying in the know when it comes to baby safety is the first step.

Here, we’ll give you some ideas and precautions to take to keep your baby safe while they sleep, bathe, play, and eat!

Sometimes parents just need a little help when it comes to taking care of their baby. The good news is that inventors have ramped up their creativity in the baby-products realm!

If you’re a busy parent who’s looking for products that will make your life just a little bit easier, check out our 27 best and most helpful baby products for 2023.

This whole parenting thing is new to you, which is why you might have some concerns and questions when it comes to taking care of your newborn.

Moms and dads are learning as they go, taking bits and pieces of what they’ve heard and observed from others along the way and making their own tweaks here and there to become parenting pros!

If you’re a first-time parent, you’re in the right place. Keep reading for our complete guide for newborn care!

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....

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...