Furniture & Bedding: Carters

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22 Month Old Won't Keep Clothes On!

Please help! My 22 month old DD strips down bare naked every time I put her in her crib (nap time as well as bedtime) and then goes to the bathroom all over her bedding. I have tried putting on onesies, sewing the onesie shut and putting it on like a leotard, putting the diaper on backwards. The only thing that works is putting her footie pajamas on backwards so they zip in the back. The only problem with that is that the weather is getting warmer and soon it will be too warm for footie pajamas. I need help on what I can do. All...


Baby Shower for #2

I have a friend who lives out of town, but would like to come down and throw...


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What Baby Items Can You Not Live Without?

I am getting ready to register for my baby shower, and I want to hear from recent new moms as to what you have found to be extrememly helpful and things you couldn't live without! What we have so far: - glider - bassinet - stroller/car seat (infant) - a few onesies and sleepsacks with open bottoms - bibs Thanks moms!


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Soon to Be Mom Seeking Crib

Does anyone know where I can find baby furniture that's not too expensive. I don't want to spend so much money of things that I won't be using for too long. As of right now I need to buy a crib. Any tips? Thanks, L.


Cribs for Twins?

hi, i'm expecting twins in april and due to our small condo we truly do not...

Crib Bumpers

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Keeping Blankets On

My 6 mo old sleeps well in her crib. However she is definately a mover and often gets stuck up against the bumpers leading to crying although not always waking up. (Tried removing the bumpers but she just gets her arms or feet stuck in the rails). I am concerned that it is getting colder and she will not keep a blanket on. She is now wearing a onsie and typical sleeper pjs.(This was fine for spring and summer, but now she feels cold in the AM). Solutions for keeping a blanket on her/keeping her warm?

Sheets, Blankets, Pillows

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Question About Crib Sheets

Hello, my question do you make it easier to make it through the night after your baby gets their crib sheet wet? Any suggestions? I can imagine that changing a crib sheet at 2 AM is not the funniest thing to do half a sleep.


Keeping Blankets On

My 6 mo old sleeps well in her crib. However she is definately a mover and...

Swaddling & Sleep Sacks

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Looking for Halo Sleep Sack with Legs?

We loved our Halo Sleep Sack last winter, but now that my son is 1 I am looking for a sleep sack with legs and feet. Does anyone know if this exists? I have located something called Blankeaze that has legs, but no feet. Also, Halo makes something similar for toddlers, but again no feet. We have so many jammies without feet and socks don't stay on for more than an hour or so. Any suggestions?

Toddler & Twin Beds

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What Are Other People's Self-soothing Techniques for Helping Baby to Bed?

Our 6 1/2 month old son cries hard every night when it's time to go to bed. We try to stick to the same routine, but I admit, not religiously. I nurse him, then around 7pm or so we feed him some fruit or veggies. I usually read a book to him. We put him in his pajamas. We hang out for a little bit with low lighting, playing gently or cuddling. When it's time to go to bed, my husband swaddles him in his blankie and he screams and usually takes 20 min. to an hour to put him down. (I don't think it's the swaddling because when I try to get him...