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Good Nursery Furniture – A Gift for your Bundle of Joy

By Sarika Kabra

Shopping for the child in the mother's womb or a newly born baby is an experience to hold on to. The feeling of giving birth to life is unparalleled and the emotional bond shared by the child and its parents is beyond explanation. The first thought that runs across the minds of new parents is that of providing every comfort in the world to their bundle of joy. You wish your child were bestowed with all the worldly comforts that one can think of. Quality nursery furniture becomes the immediate necessity in your plans for the kid.

After you are done with giving attractive paint to the walls of the room decked up with baby themes like Disney characters or nature, it's time for buying the right nursery furniture for your child. The first item on the top of your list is the crib. The styles of baby cribs have undergone sea changes from a simple crib to multi-functional and multi-featured cribs. The folding features enable the cribs to become rocking cribs to small bed to big bed.

A very small child requires lots of clothing, such as diapers and blankets that need frequent changing. Multi-storey bassinets, that form an indispensable part of nursery furniture, meet this requirement. A baby hammock is another vital equipment that pleasures your baby gently with rhythmic movements. Modern baby hammocks come with all the paraphernalia like frames, slings, and mattresses to keep your child cozy and comfortable.

The latest Amish furniture comes fully loaded with every multi-functional system. Amish made furniture provides the missing link in the modern nursery furniture. Your child needs the strength of Amish oak furniture to ensure that it can bear the load of your loved one. Moreover, the child will grow up appreciating the artistic work of Amish craftsmen that produce quality furniture articles by painstakingly working on every single piece.

Coming back to the most important nursery furniture article – the crib, make sure that it has no loose ends that could hurt the baby. Any protruded nooks in the crib mean a potential injurious situation for the child. The crib must be such that even an accidental fall is not possible. A crib with adjustable height enhances the safety of the child. The safety aspect of the crib is most vital to look out for. Always insist on the furniture that complies with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association guidelines.

The baby is your most prized possession and you'll never want your child to accidentally lick some toxic paint on the furniture. Always insist on non-toxic paint finish on every furniture article accessible to the child. If the baby has not yet learnt to balance its own weight, use the strapped furniture articles. The chairs and tables for the kids usually come with straps that can protect the baby from accidental fall.

Here's a list of common nursery furniture items that are an absolute must to pamper your child to the hilt – crib, bassinet, rocking chair, baby hammock, stroller, perambulator, high chair, baby swing, baby carrier…Cannot stop because you want everything for your bundle of joy!
About the Author
The author has been using Amish handcrafted furniture for her home and office. Wholesale Amish furniture is made with premium quality hardwood. You can see some wonderful Amish furniture here.

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