He's no infant anymore. He's toddling around now and outgrowing clothes faster than you can acquire them. Your little boy is growing up into quite the big boy now, and that means it will soon be time to move him from his crib to a big boy bed. How best to make that transition in a way that's most comfortable, supportive, nurturing, and above all effective is the subject of this article.
Usually metal beds in the old west would become a type of family heirloom. They might get passed down from generation to generation and move along with a family as they changed houses. They were often made to be more lightweight to accommodate this. Many beds in the Old West as well as those made in later times to depict those of the true old West, are considered antiques.
I'd recommend getting your baby's crib bedding set before you decorate the nursery. Use the crib bedding design and colors to inspire the nursery décor. You can select one of the more muted colors and use that on the walls. Then if you want to add some pizazz you can paint an accent wall with one of the brighter colors in the bedding set. If your baby bedding has patterns, then you might consider adding some of those onto the walls as well, in either a border or wall art. Basically, select a bedding set you love, with beautiful colors and stunning design and create a nursery with the same gorgeous appeal.
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