Kids grow up so fast! This is even more true for babies - especially in the first few months after they’re born, one growth spurt seems to follow the next. In their first fourteen months of life, babies go through a whole eight growth spurts, each of which are accompanied by different signs and behaviors.
In this article, we’ll explain what each baby development stage entails, what signs you should look out for, and what exactly happens during these stages.
When your baby doesn't sleep much in the evening, it can be stressful for everyone involved. Not only do you not get your well-deserved rest, but your baby also feels the consequences the next day. Yet sleep is incredibly important, especially for infants and their healthy development.
But it doesn't always have to be like this: With a few tricks, you can make going to bed easier for your child and help your baby fall asleep faster. We’ll show you these tricks and more in this blog article.
As temperatures continue to rise worldwide, we often find that leaving the bedroom window open at night no longer provides the hoped-for relief. This leaves us struggling with feeling hot and sweaty at night.
In this blog article, we'll inform you of the advantages and disadvantages of having an air conditioner in the bedroom and give you useful tips and tricks on what to look out for when using your air conditioner at night.
Many women feel particularly tired during pregnancy; however, they may also have a hard time falling asleep at night or sleeping through the night.
But what are the causes of this insomnia and what's the best way to deal with it? How do you cope with trouble sleeping in the last weeks of pregnancy, right before birth?
In this blog entry, we’ll give you a few tips on how to improve your sleep quality and sleep through the night.
The term "sleep regression" refers to a period when babies suddenly don’t sleep as well as they had been previously, wake up more often or suddenly refuse to take a nap. Sleep regressions usually occur several times in the first two years of a child’s life, with parents typically observing them around 4, 8, 12, 18, and 24 months.
But why do sleep regressions occur more at these stages and what causes them? And what can you as a parent do to help your baby sleep through the night again? In this article, we’ll give you all the helpful information you need on the topic of baby sleep regressions and toddler sleep regressions.
We've all made the mistake of shrinking a favorite item of clothing. Cotton, in particular, is quite easy to shrink if you don't take good care of it. In this article, we show you how to prevent your 100% clothes from shrinking, as well as explain which cotton blends and synthetics are vulnerable to shrinking and which aren't.
Lawn cotton is sometimes confused with linen, as the two terms sound somewhat similar. In fact, however, linen is the name for the fabric derived from the flax plant, while lawn is a specific weave and refers to the finished woven fabric.
What’s the right pick for you? Renforcé, seersucker, damask, flannel, satin, or percale? With the wide range of fabrics available for bedding, it’s not always easy to choose the right one.
In this article we would like to help you make your choice and introduce you to a very special type of bedding, namely percale bed linen. So, what exactly is percale bedding and how does it differ from other fabrics?
In most of the top hotels in the world you will find Egyptian cotton bed linen, as the fabric is one of the highest quality in the world.
But what exactly is Egyptian cotton bed linen and why is it one of the finest and most expensive fabrics available? We want to answer these and many other questions for you in this article.
Finding the right bedding is not always easy, because besides price and appearance, how the material feels also plays an important role.
In this article we tell you everything you need to know about seersucker bedding, how to wash seersucker bedding and whether seersucker bedding is better for summer or winter.