(Closed) Baby Bedding

posted 8 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
Member
2313 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@FinallyMarried82:

Yes. Your child is going to spit up all over the blankets and sheets, and possibly worse if their diaper springs a leak in the middle of the night. You end up having to change their bedsheet about every other day. It is NOT WORTH IT to put the fancy bedding on the bed. My daughter has a beautiful crib skirt, but that’s the only “nice” thing on the bed- otherwise it’s just plain old white crib sheets and protective mattress pads. They don’t even use the blankets for like 2 years because of the risk of smothering, and the same goes for the bumper pads. Just stick to plain basic bedding and save the money to decorate the rest of the nursery!

Post # 4
Member
6009 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2009

We just bought plain crib sheets: no bumber, no quilt, and no bed skirt.  We don’t even use a mattress protector, since our mattress is waterproof.  We’ll wait to buy a set until Addie is big enough for the toddler bed.

Post # 5
Member
5822 posts
Bee Keeper

We ended up purchasing a 10 piece Pam Grace bedding set.  It retails for $100 or less and comes with almost everything you’ll want or need!

http://www.pamgracecreations.com/

LOVE IT.  Truly.  We almost went with a 4 piece set from BRU, but it cost almost $250 for the same amount of stuff as the Pam Grace set.  Plus the Pam Grace brand is well made, easily washed, and the mobile has been very reliable (a problem with other brands I’ve read in online reviews).

If you want something cutesy but don’t want to overspend (or over-register) my suggestion is this brand.

(We went with this one: )

Post # 6
Member
720 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Sounds good to me.  I made a quilt for the baby and am making a skirt.  Just registered for sheets.  There are numerous things for babies that seem ridiculously priced…

The topic ‘Baby Bedding’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors