When you have a baby there are so many items you need to stock your nursery with — diapers, wipes, onsies, sleepers, socks, the list could go on — but one thing you can never have too many of are blankets.
You might ask “how many blankets does a baby need?” In my opinion, you need lots, and here’s why: there are so many different uses for blankets. They don’t just have to be for keeping baby warm, you can also use them to lay on the floor for tummy time or as a burp cloth. Face it, those burp cloths they sell in stores are too small, am I right? You can also use blankets as a breastfeeding cover and the smaller receiving blankets are great for little ones to hold for comfort (even chew on when teething).
So, have I convinced you that you can never have too many blankets for your baby? Great! Then let me tell you why you should stock up on the excellent variety of blankets aden + anais has to offer.
First off all, their blankets are made of cotton muslin and stay soft and cozy wash after wash. Our PLN favourites are the Swaddles 4-packs (I especially love the Winnie the Pooh one!) and the Dream Blankets (this owl one is gorgeous!)
They also have a collection of stroller blankets (I love the colour combination on this Soft Metallic one) and security blankets, which they are smart enough to sell in packages of two, that way baby still has a soothing blankie to hold while the other is being washed. Don’t you just love the hippo pattern on this one?
With this much variety you will likely have a large collection of blankets because it will be so easy to want to buy at least one of each kind.
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