Tuck the top sheet in tightly and only pull it as high as your baby's chest.
On the other hand, you can also try the Japanese-inspired oriental bedding. Unlike the Chinese ones that use bold colors, the Japanese ones often thrive on simplicity and pureness. The most commonly used materials for the designs would be the rice paper, bamboo and cedars. For the colors, look for natural ones like brown, green and other soft beige colors.
Oriental bedding faithfully follows the rule that 'less is more.' This is in accordance with the harmony and balance applied in qi, or what is commonly known as the life force. In Asian philosophy, the harmony and balance of a bedroom should be in accordance with the set of the house. This is done to ensure that the flow of the qi or the life force wouldn't be constrained, as the qi is the force that brings vibrancy and life into a room.
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