Protecting Furniture From Kids

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Protecting Furniture From Kids

Children are a wonderful, fun-filled addition to any family, but they can be extremely hard on furniture—especially if it wasn't meant for rough-housing kids. I learned this lesson the hard way after I brought my daughter home to a living room filed with cream-colored couches. Her bottles were constantly dripping everywhere, and it was frustrating to see how many stains they accumulated. This blog is all about helping parents to protect their furniture from their kids, so that you can like your house as much as you love them. In addition to making your house look great, protecting furniture can help you to keep your investments intact.



5 Mattress Features to Look For If You Are Considering Bed-Sharing with an Infant

Bed-sharing is a type of co-sleeping where an infant shares a sleeping surface with a parent, usually a breastfeeding mother. There are several guidelines to reducing the risk involved with bed-sharing, such as making sure that the bed does not have excessive bedding and that the infant is placed next to the breastfeeding mother as opposed to between two parents. Additionally, bed-sharing should be done on a safe mattress. For example, water beds are not considered safe for bed-sharing because of the risk of the child rolling in the bed or suffocating. Read More