Safe Sleepwear

Children’s sleepwear sold in Canada must meet strict flammability requirements that improve safety. That said, clothes that comply are still not fireproof. As well, most children’s day clothes are not required by law to meet the flammability requirements for children’s sleepwear.


Baby Sleep Safety Tips

Likely the only time you will leave your baby or young child unattended is while he or she sleeps. The important thing is to make sure children are sleeping where they are safe.

The safest place for your baby to sleep is on his or her back, in a crib, cradle or bassinet. Health Canada recommends room sharing for the first six months of your baby’s life.


New at Forever Blankets and Bears

e are so happy to announce the return of our full size Zoobie Pets, just in time for Holiday gift giving. Back are Mudd the Moose and the cute giraffe Jafaru. For a more girlie touch we have added Lola the Lamb with soft pink plush body and blanket. Don’t forget to personalize your gift!


Choosing the Greenest Fibers for Baby Clothes

A brand new white cotton onesie-what could be purer for a new baby’s delicate skin? Well quite lot. Unfortunately white cotton is far from pure and farther from green.


Baby Bedding

When choosing your baby’s bedding, as well as considering the color scheme, it’s important to ensure that your baby will be both safe and comfortable. In turn, this helps you feel relaxed while he sleeps.


Fireproofing Your Baby’s Clothes and Bedding

Fireproofing I recently came across this great recipe for fireproofing your child’s clothing and bedding, orginally published in “The Mother’s Alamac” by Marguerite Kelly and Elia Parsons published by Broadway Books. “For safety you may want to fireproof your child’s much washed pajamas and bedding, for its original protection lasts only through about 20 launderings.… Continue reading »