It has come to our attention that many of our members are currently taking care of toddlers and babies and are in need of good cribs or something where they can put their little kids to play, sleep or to just be the babies that they are, whatever that is. It is a minor problem with regards to taking care of children but certainly an important one as there are times when we really need to put our kids down to tend to something.
It’s not that we don’t love them or are taking them for granted, but a mother’s duty truly is never ever finished. We take care of our children, we bathe them, feed them, play with them, comfort them when they are sick, get them to sleep, and other worthwhile jobs, but it does not stop there. There are still other chores around the house which begs of a mother’s attention, a whole lot of them I’m afraid.
So there really is a need for some place safe and comfortable with which to put our little kids down for a while, in-order for us do other important things around the house. So how do we know which one to buy?
Many of our members did mention what they have and how it worked out for them. They volunteered several things to look out for in buying the best crib or the best pack n play out in the market today. They say that we should look out for the under supports and that they should not be felt when you are inside the thing, also check out for the mattress and padding if they are thick enough.
Another concern is the material that the furniture is made of, that it should contain no harmful things like lead and thoroughly hypo allergenic for total peace of mind. Of course there should be nothing in there were the child can either bump himself on or get tangled upon while playing. No little things for them to accidentally choke on and if it was high enough to discourage escape.
The discussion naturally veered towards the best lightweight luggage to buy for the times you and you’re child get out of the house. It should be thoroughly spacious enough for you to put everything in. Items like several baby bottles, wipes, extra clothes, medicine, pacifiers, milk mixtures, and all the other things you think you need to have with you when you are on the go.
There are really a lot of things a mother thinks about. The preceding discussion is quite a good example of just how much thinking goes into such simple things that many of us just take for granted. And that is just one aspect of a mother’s job and there are myriads more left for her to consider and act upon.
There is truth in the saying that a mother’s work is never finished. We are not complaining as the payment for all our labors is truly worth it and much more valuable that gold, love.