Baby skin is incredibly delicate and sensitive. It still lacks a strong protective barrier against allergens, chemicals or scratches. Babies can easily overheat, and sweaty skin becomes irritated quickly. Therefore, it is very important to consciously choose textiles that have direct contact with the child's skin, and also provide an insulating layer, such as a blanket or a sleeping bag.
Avoiding plastic has an obvious environmental benefit. A material that takes hundreds or even a thousand years to decompose. However, we are often not aware of the problem that many plastics generate for us here and now. The so-called Chemical smog or the penetration of substances from plastics into our bodies is the cause of many serious diseases, from allergies, asthma, through lung diseases to cancer.
The content and photos come from the Gibobasy blog, author: Magdalena Matla.
You often ask me where I can arrange babies for everyday activities? MY answer - on the mat! Another question arises. What mat to choose? Just today I want to recommend you one of the mats that I had the opportunity to test.
A play mat, i.e. the base on which the child plays, is one of the first purchases when the baby is already in the world, and the layette for the first period after birth is completed. What mat do we need? How to choose the best option so as not to buy a new product every now and then? The analysis should start with the stages of the child's physical development in the first 18 months of life and their needs resulting from these stages.