Nancy J Price and Betsy Bailey When it comes to your baby's nursery, you might think there's too much to...
Nancy J Price and Betsy Bailey

When it comes to your baby's nursery, you might think there's too much to do and too little time! We have good news for you: Getting started on your nursery project is as easy as A, B, C...
Baby Nursery A to Z
Your baby's nursery, A to Z
Every baby needs a zoo -- or at least an animal friend or two -- for snuggles and playtime. Durable, hypoallergenic and washable stuffed toys without buttons, snaps, ribbons or other frills are best. (We love the super soft Baby Ty toys, from the makers of Beanie Babies, each of which has a little rattle inside; and Comfy Cozies, plush animal blanket toys from Baby Gund.)



Keep your stuffed animal collection within your reach, on a shelf or in a toy hammock in the corner. Don't keep plush toys in your baby's crib until she is older, as they pose a suffocation risk.

A colorful menagerie will be fun for you and your baby for years to come!

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The next step
Ready to get started? Be sure to check out our interactive, customizable nursery checklist. It's an easy way to help you get baby's room all ready! We also have many more nursery articles here -- take a peek to learn about everything from creating a unisex bedroom to decorating on a budget. PregnancyAndBaby.com


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