Lambs & Ivy is proud to manufacture the highest quality bedding, accessories, and gifts. We've built a solid reputation for leading the industry in innovative and unique products. We are committed to the design and creation of a loving and safe nursery filled with fantasy and wonder for every baby.

For over 30 years, we have dedicated ourselves to being in tune with the changing trends and tastes of new parents. We understand the responsibility our customers place in us. As parents, we put our hearts and souls into what we create for children; as professionals we apply our expertise to deliver you the style and quality you deserve.

Our unique combination of contemporary designs with old fashioned workmanship, personal service, and attention to detail will continue to distinguish us through our next 30 years and beyond.

Decorating the nursery is a favorite project for new parents and caregivers. Bedding must always be used as instructed by the manufacturer to help ensure baby’s safety

 

 

 

  • Infants should ALWAYS sleep in a crib, which meets current federal and ASTM standards.
  • Choose a firm mattress that fits snugly in the crib.
  • ALWAYS use a crib sheet that fits securely on the mattress and wraps around the mattress corners.
  • Select bumper pads that fit around the entire crib and tie or snap securely into place.
  • Use bumper pads only until the child can pull up to a standing position. Then remove them so baby cannot use the pads to climb out of the crib.
  • Mobiles should also be removed when baby can pull himself or herself up.
  • NEVER place infants to sleep on pillows, sofa cushions, adult beds, waterbeds, beanbags, or any other surface not specifically designed for infant sleep.

    For Baby Under 12 Months…

  • Normal, healthy infants should ALWAYS sleep on their backs unless otherwise advised by a pediatrician.
  • Only a fitted sheet, mattress pad, and/or waterproof pad should be used under baby.
  • Remove pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, pillow-like stuffed toys, and other pillow-like products from the crib.
  • Cover baby with a thin covering, such as a crib blanket, receiving blanket or other blankets specifically designed for infants, only reaching as far as baby's chest, and tuck the covering around the crib mattress.

    For newborns, consider swaddling.

    Do not overdress your baby. Consider using a sleeper or other sleep clothing as an alternative to any covering