🔹 Space & Astronaut Sets
🔹 100% jersey knit
🔹 Flexible fit
🔹 Ultra soft
🔹 Moisture wicking
🔹 Machine washable
🔹 With an elastic band encased at the bottom
Crib fitted sheet: 32x16 Inch
Sheet fits mattress up to 3" deep
Wash before first use.
Gentle warm wash
Do you have any question?
When should I stop using a bassinet?The bassinet is made for babies under 6 months.Once your child can turn over, sit up or walk around on their own, they will become a safety hazard
What size is a bassinet sheet?Crib fitted sheet: 32x16 Inch;Sheet fits mattress up to 3" deep
How many baby bassinet sheets do you need?If you want to change new sheets on the bassinet once a week, plan two or three sheets.But if you plan to change the bassinet sheets every day, we recommend that you have at least three to five bassinet sheets.
Why are bassinet mattresses so thin?This is because if the mattress is too thick and soft, an infant may sink their head into the padding, which increases their risk of suffocation.That's the main reason most bassinet mattresses are thin and hard, they allow babies to breathe even if they end up face down.
What sheets do you use in a bassinet?For bassinets, just as with cribs, it is recommended that only a tight-fitting sheet is used.A tight-fitting sheet will prevent the sleeping surface from having any excess fabric that could be a suffocation hazard. Similarly, it is recommended that nothing else be placed in the bassinet with your baby.
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