Did you know that chil­dren up to a year sleep 16–22 hours a day? More than two thirds of the day. That is why it is so impor­tant for the baby to equip a com­fort­able and safe bed. And it will become such only if there are bumpers in the crib for new­borns. Today we will under­stand the specifics of these devices using the exam­ple of brand prod­ucts. loombee – a com­pa­ny that has aban­doned mass-pro­duced pro­duc­tion in favor of hand-tai­lor­ing and the emo­tion­al con­nec­tion of a seam­stress with a small con­sumer, and in this way pro­duces bor­ders as they were orig­i­nal­ly con­ceived.

Why do you need crib lin­ers?

Bor­ders loombee — these are pil­lows that are placed around the inner perime­ter of the crib and per­form sev­er­al func­tions. First of all, prod­ucts are val­ued by moth­ers as a guar­an­tor of the safe­ty of the child. With them, the baby will be pro­tect­ed from:

  • hit­ting the hard sur­face of the slats when turn­ing over dur­ing sleep or play;

  • dis­lo­ca­tions, often result­ing from the pro­tru­sion of arms and legs between the slats of the bed;

  • scratch­es, which pets gen­er­ous­ly instruct the legs pro­trud­ing from behind the bars of the crib;

  • drafts formed dur­ing the ven­ti­la­tion of the room;

  • cold, espe­cial­ly if the bed is against the wall or you live in a cor­ner apart­ment with a high lev­el of heat loss;

  • dust — the caus­es of aller­gies and bronchial asth­ma (now the dust par­ti­cles will not set­tle on the baby’s bed, but on the out­er sur­face of the sides).

In addi­tion, soft bumpers loombee can be called guardians of chil­dren’s dreams. By reduc­ing out­side light, they cre­ate a tum­my-like tum­my-like nap area where baby feels pro­tect­ed, calms down quick­ly, and falls asleep sound­ly. Also, the sides close the objects in the room from the baby, being dis­tract­ed by which he could not fall asleep. In addi­tion, the secret police will not let toys, a paci­fi­er or a feed­ing bot­tle fall through the gaps between the rails and wake up the baby. And inter­est­ing draw­ings on the fab­ric will occu­py the lit­tle prankster, giv­ing him the oppor­tu­ni­ty to get to know the world around him bet­ter, and his moth­er to drink a cup of cof­fee or chat with a friend.

Do not for­get that the bumpers in the crib are also an ele­gant ele­ment of decor, empha­siz­ing the impec­ca­ble taste of young par­ents, organ­i­cal­ly com­ple­ment­ing the orig­i­nal design of a nurs­ery made in any style, dip­ping a child into an atmos­phere of home com­fort and instill­ing in him a love for beau­ty from a young age. nails.

Myths about sides

What we have pre­sent­ed as advan­tages, skep­tics see as dis­ad­van­tages. So, on the Inter­net you can find infor­ma­tion that pro­tec­tive bumpers pre­vent the flow of fresh air to the crib, block the view of moth­er and child, and can also serve as a step and pro­voke the baby to fall to the floor. But is it real­ly so?

one. Baf­fles inter­fere with air cir­cu­la­tion.

No. Pil­lows fight drafts, but let clean air through, because we live in three-dimen­sion­al space.

2. Behind the inserts, par­ents can’t see what the baby is doing, and the baby can’t see what’s going on in the room.

Yes. But loombee pro­duces bumpers with a size of 60 * 30 cm. Such prod­ucts do not reach the top of the chil­dren’s bed and allow the moth­er to con­trol the child’s actions. In addi­tion, the bumper is designed only for half the wall of the crib. By tak­ing one of the pil­lows, you will open a view­ing win­dow for your son / daugh­ter.

3. The child can trip over the secu­ri­ty guard and fall.

This hap­pens, but only with very active chil­dren. To avoid an inci­dent, observe the time frame for using the device, which is described in the last para­graph of the review.

On the occa­sion of the kids: we dis­as­sem­ble the sides into parts and study their prop­er­ties

Ear­buds loombee con­sist of a rec­tan­gu­lar piece of HARD holofiber wrapped in a remov­able cov­er made of nat­ur­al Turk­ish cot­ton. Such envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly mate­ri­als are hypoal­ler­genic and have excel­lent per­for­mance char­ac­ter­is­tics.

bed sides

Turk­ish-made cot­ton is sim­ply cre­at­ed for the sen­si­tive skin of babies, because it is pleas­ant to the touch and absorbs mois­ture well, pro­vid­ing the baby with a com­fort­able sleep. At the same time, the mate­r­i­al dries quick­ly. In addi­tion, it is eas­i­ly washed even in cold water, does not shed, is char­ac­ter­ized by increased wear resis­tance and lasts 3–10 years.

Soft holofiber HARD reli­ably pro­tects against hard bars of the crib, as well as:

  • cor­rects ortho­pe­dic prob­lems of chil­dren, as it is flex­i­ble, but does not wrin­kle, and imme­di­ate­ly restores its shape after com­pres­sion;

  • does not absorb mois­ture and extra­ne­ous odors, does not rot, is resis­tant to fun­gus and mold;

  • keeps the crib warm and does not let sounds in there;

  • does not crum­ble (unlike foam rub­ber).

The set of sides includes 6 pil­lows (just for the four sides of the crib), 4 hooks for fix­ing the lin­ers on the walls, fab­ric ties and a car­ry­ing bag.

How does loombee “take” its cus­tomers?

Com­pa­ny loombee is famous not only for the fact that it uses high-qual­i­ty pre­mi­um mate­ri­als for the man­u­fac­ture of bed linen, but also for the fact that its prod­ucts:

  • cer­ti­fied in accor­dance with GOST 32119–2013, which means they are rec­og­nized by the autho­rized body as safe for new­borns;

  • suit­able for cribs of any shape (rec­tan­gu­lar, round, oval);

  • com­ple­ment­ed by beau­ti­ful, but unob­tru­sive pic­tures that devel­op chil­dren’s atten­tion and teach them to dis­tin­guish objects and con­cen­trate their eyes;

  • avail­able with dif­fer­ent pat­terns depend­ing on the age of the child (mod­els are for boys, girls or uni­sex);

  • light, thin and take up lit­tle space in the crib;

  • are made in a pro­fes­sion­al sewing work­shop in small batch­es, which allows you to check the qual­i­ty of absolute­ly each copy and exclude the sale of prod­ucts with pro­trud­ing threads, uneven stitch­es or poor-qual­i­ty seams.

Answers to addi­tion­al ques­tions about soft bumpers

one. What age chil­dren are the boards for?

The inserts should be installed when the child is 2–3 months old and begins to toss and turn active­ly. The exact time of the end of the use of prod­ucts has not been estab­lished, how­ev­er, it is not rec­om­mend­ed to remove the secu­ri­ty guard before the baby cel­e­brates its first year of life. Bumpers are designed for chil­dren up to 4 — 5 years.

2. How to care for pil­lows?

Bed linenoombee wash­ing is not nec­es­sary, but if you want to fresh­en up your baby’s bed, use the del­i­cate wash mode and water up to 40 degrees, do not twist the sides, dry them in a hor­i­zon­tal posi­tion in a nat­ur­al way and do not steam the prod­ucts.

3. Can I do with­out bumpers at all or buy some cheap ones?

Can. But by refus­ing lin­ers, you endan­ger the crumbs, and by pur­chas­ing low-qual­i­ty prod­ucts, you add a prob­lem to your­self in the form of non-dry­ing foam rub­ber that forms lumps of padding poly­ester or arti­fi­cial fab­rics that irri­tate the del­i­cate skin of the baby.


By Yara