Baby's room

Easing the baby’s transition from your bedroom to its room

We all want to make things as easy for our children as possible, especially during their earliest years. A baby’s development shouldn’t be burdened by any unnecessary hardships as it should be allowed to thrive freely. Babies usually spend their first months sleeping with their parents in their bedroom before moving out to their own room called the baby’s room. For some babies, this transition can be a difficult one as the parents’ bedroom is essentially the first surrounding they get to know, aside from the brief time they spent in the hospital.
Young babies can often come to think of the parents’ bedroom as their home and might not react well to their parents’ wishes to move them to their own room. They might express this dissatisfaction through constant crying and unrest until they are returned to the bedroom in which they spent most of their first months. There is a way for parents to overcome this issue by looking to make the interior of the baby’s room similar to that of their
If done right, this will make the transition as seamless as possible for the toddler as it might not even realize that it is in another room. To him or her, it might simply seem as if the baby’s room is just an extension of the bedroom they grew familiar with and learned to love.
This type of decoration can essentially be done in two different ways. The parents can either opt to style the baby’s room in accordance to the decor of the bedroom, or they can go a step further and redesign their own bedroom so that it looks more similar to the room where their baby will be moving.
The first solution is chosen by most parents going for such a design synchronization as it doesn’t involve redecorating a room for a brief amount of time but instead simply means adding a slightly different style to a room that was already being remade. In general, the baby’s room will first be painted in the same color as the parents’ bedroom, including all the walls and the ceiling. Then, pieces of furniture can be added that resemble the bedroom where the child’s first memories are formed. Some parents even like buying new bedroom items for themselves, like lamps or carpets, and using the old ones for the baby’s room in order to further make the baby comfortable.Neutral-baby-room-decor
This is definitely easier on everyone involved as it requires the redesigning of just a single room, even if it means that the baby’s room won’t look in accordance with what the parents wanted. However, those parents that insist on making their baby’s room look a certain way can take steps before the child is born in order to make their bedroom appear as similar to the baby’s room as possible. This will usually mean placing most of the objects that the baby’s room will have into the bedroom for the duration of the toddler’s stay there.
In some cases, it can even involve a new paint job in order to truly make the bedroom resemble the room the child will be moving to. This is most often done when a design of the baby’s room is already in place and parents don’t wish to change it. For some, however, it’s too much effort as it will likely involve redesigning the bedroom twice on top of already redecorating the room that became the baby’s room.
Whichever method you end up going for when looking to make your baby’s transition to its own as soon as possible, it will put the child at ease much more than if you were placing it in a completely new environment. Children get scared easily and don’t always respond best to new surroundings, especially when moving out of the room where they first experienced comfort and their parents’ care. Add to that the fact that you won’t be spending as much time in the baby’s room as you did in your bedroom, and your child can easily end up facing considerable separation anxiety making it unwilling to spend time in its own room and desperate to return to your bedroom. This home decor trick ensures that your baby doesn’t suffer any shocks while making the biggest voyage into the unknown since its birth.

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