CHOOSING THE MATERIAL
Every baby blanket should be made from materials that are soft on sensitive skin & breathable to help make sleep comfortable. But can you test to make sure that a blanket is in fact breathable? It’s very simple just hold the blanket up next in front of fan. If you can feel a light breeze through the blanket, the material is breathable. What's a good material for this? Cotton. Try to avoid synthetic materials wherever is possible.
Ensure you buy the correct weight of blanket for the chosen season. Heavy blankets can contribute to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome also known as SIDS. Take into account the climate, you won’t need as many thick blankets if you live in a warm climate, if you live in a cooler climate you will need a thicker blanket and probably for a longer portion of the year.
Safety is of the utmost importance when deciding on a baby name blanket. Avoid ones that have pom poms, tassels, fringes, or ribbons and even large embellishments, there is a risk babies can get tangled or caught in them. As the baby gets older this becomes easier to manage.
Our pick of name blanket that meets this criteria is the custom script name blanket
SELECT A SIZE THAT IS SUITABLE
When choosing a blanket from listed sizes take into account that those sizes if the blanket is flat on a surface with nothing underneath it. Rule of thumb is to go larger than smaller, bub is going to grow not shrink.
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