Down comforters are the best bed amenities you could give to yourself. Sleeping under these fluffy blankets will give you a one-of-a-kind comfort for the entire year, especially, during cold nights. They offer efficient insulation to keep you warm even at the coldest winter night. So, why not extend these wonderful products to your beloved kids right?
Today, down comforters are also available for baby cribs. This will give you fewer worries with regards to whether they will be able to sleep soundly in the cold or not.
Without further ado, let me give you the best 5 down comforters for baby cribs.
I find this product perfect to make my baby think she’s being snuggled by her parent. It’s not that light, but it’s not that heavy either. The weight it just enough for her to feel the blanket over her. It’s also good in making the baby warm at night.
If the crib is a little larger than the standard crib size, then the Astra Baby Alternative Down Comforter is a good choice because it comes in 3 different sizes: 32” x 49”, 39” x 52” and 40” by 40”. In other words, you may also rely on this down comforter for your toddler’s bed.
The outer fabric is made out of cotton and it feature 233 thread count, making it lighter than Just for Baby Crib Comforter. It is a down alternative comforter which removes the possibility to trigger your baby’s allergies if there are any.
The first thing I notice after purchasing this product is its stitches. It’s obviously stitched efficiently which is why it looks durable at first sight. As of today, I haven’t had any problems about it yet.
The product comes in various sizes such as King and Queen sizes. However, it is also available for Crib size which is around 40” x 50”. This is one of those down comforters that no longer need a duvet cover due to its soft and smooth fabric. The outer shell is also efficient in preventing the filling from leaking out.
Similar to Just for Baby Crib Comforter, the White Down Baby Comforter feature natural down filling. This means that it has higher insulation than down alternatives. It has more than 560 fill power with 233 thread count. Its warmth is enough to keep your baby sleep soundly during the cold winter nights.
I also love how evenly distributed the stitches were. This adds up to the overall elegance of the product. I noticed that it tends to reduce its fluff after a couple of days, but a little shake makes it fluffy again. Overall, it’s a recommendable product for baby’s crib.
This product has a dimension of 40” x 60” which makes it perfect for larger cribs. Compared to the smaller version, this product produces little crisp sounds if you listen carefully. Aside from that, the product gives more warmth and it’s fluffier than the White Down Comforter. Hence, I highly recommend this one for colder room temperature.
Have you tried any of these products yet? Which one is your favorite and what can you say about your baby’s experience under it?
Always remember to check whether your baby is a warm sleeper or cold sleeper first. This will help you decide which down comforter for cribs he or she needs.
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