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The transition from crib to bed


We have recommended to made the change when the child is about 2 years old.


The crib so far been the reference furniture in the room, now it is the bed.

The child is much more independent and now begins a new stage, and can go to sleep in a bed.

If you purchased a convertible crib, you’ll have to change it to bed. There are many kinds of convertible cribs, but usually it becomes a bed of 190×90 cm or 180×80 cm.


Our child´s leisure and recreational space has also changed, now we need more space, a table to paint would be nice to  introducing him/her to read or study habits that will come later.

We can also change other items, even colors.

The lighting in the first few months has been more subdued and soft, now we can change the intensity.

It is very likely that the creative impulses of the child require coating the wall with a base of washable paint, fingerprint-proof and scribbles.


Important add furniture and shelves for storage toys, books etc ..


We must bear in mind that the height is appropriate to the age of the child and his/her safety, as they are now very curious.

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Children, Electronics and Sleep


The increasing prevalence of electronics in children’s bedrooms creates a culture of evening engagement and light exposure that negatively impacts sleep time, sleep quality and daytime alertness.   

Children using electronic media as a sleep aid to relax at night have been shown to have later weekday bedtimes, experience fewer hours of sleep per week and report more daytime sleepiness. 
Adolescents with a bedroom television have later bedtimes, more difficulty initiating sleep and shorter total sleep times. 
Texting and emailing after lights outs, even once per week, dramatically increases self-reported daytime sleepiness among teens. 
Not all electronic usage is recreational as the burden of homework is great for many of our children and their work is often completed on the computer, a significant light source late in the evening. 
Increased academic demands, busy social and extracurricular schedules and the lure of entertainment conspire to keep our children electronically engaged at night. 
Many children are not fulfilling basic sleep requirements and adequate sleep is essential for growth, learning, mood, creativity and weight control.  Understanding the influence of light and evening engagement on sleep is the first step in helping parents address the dilemma of electronics in the bedroom. 

Source: http://sleepfoundation.org/