By Ashlee Ashley. Nursery Furniture. Published at Friday, November 03rd, 2017 - 09:12:21 AM.
Baby Appleseed manufacturers high end, safe, and beautiful baby cribs and case pieces, and with every crib purchase, 10 trees are planted on your childs behalf through one of their 4 reforestation projects and their partnership with American Forests, the nations oldest nonprofit conservation organization. Baby Appleseed also supports 3 childrens charities; First Candle, a nonprofit working in the fight against SIDS; MOM (Military Outreach Ministry) at Camp Pendleton, CA, to support young military families; and K.I.D.S., Kids In Distressed Situations, to bring new merchandise to almost 5 million children in distressed conditions. Choose a well-constructed and safe convertible baby crib from Baby Appleseed and be confident that youve chosen one of the best.
The easiest way to bring the past into the modern nursery is with a nursery bedding collection featuring a vintage print. The Vintage Toys crib bedding set by Cottage Dreams has a crib bumper featuring classic cars, trains, planes and boats in a bold red and blue collection. For your little surfer, Surfs Up nursery bedding by Glenna Jean features beach-themed vintage fabric depicting surfers, sandals, and wood-paneled cars with a post-card picture feel. Sock Monkey crib bedding by New Arrivals shows adorable classic sock monkeys circling the crib bumper coordinated with vintage red ticking and wheat gingham fabrics. Your baby will sleep like a princess in chic Vintage Floral nursery bedding by My Baby Sam, a sweet set with polka dots, stripes, and soft vintage flower print in pink and white. For an edgy alternative print, consider Tattoo nursery bedding by Fairy Tale, depicting classic tattoo flash complemented by soft midnight blue minky, for the ultimate in vintage prints. A vintage print will instantly call to mind past ages and create a retro feel for your babys nursery.
2. Teen Years: wouldnt it be wonderful to return to that time in our lives where we actually knew everything…well, in our minds anyways. But what a time of struggle for self-identity and desire for adulthood. We all responded to these years differently and, hopefully, came through them pretty much unscathed and independent. Thinking back to all the physiological changes, the peer pressure, the rebellious attitudes, and even the defiance of our families and society, we will find many things to write about and share with today’s teens. Just because technology has changed so much doesnt mean that many of these same insecurities and life learnings are not still as relevant today as they were back in the “dark ages”. If you have a passion for today’s teens or even want to write for or about them, think back to your years and you will find plenty of material…good and bad.
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