I let my parents sleep in the big bed with me.
Professionally screen printed in dark green ink on 100% unbleached cotton long sleeved fairly traded t-shirts with envelope shoulders.
Allowing for slight variations they are like this:
The size 3-6mth long sleeved lap t-shirt measures:
- 50cm (20 inches) around the chest
- 24cm (9 inches) from back of neck to hem
- 68cm (27inches) from cuff to cuff
The size 6-12mth long sleeved lap t-shirt measures:
- 54cm (21.5 inches) around the chest
- 28cm (10.5 inches) from back of neck to hem
- 73cm (29 inches) from cuff to cuff
The size 12-18mth long sleeved lap t-shirt measures:
- 64cm (25 inches) around the chest
- 29cm (12 inches) from back of neck to hem
- 83cm (33 inches) from cuff to cuff
T-shirts should be washed at 40 degrees and tumble dried on a low heat
setting. Since the t-shirts are not coated in anti-shrink chemicals,
sizes are large to accomodate possible shrinkage of 5%. Why
buy organic? Apart from the benefits to the environment with no
chemicals being used in production, organic cotton feels great. It is
incredibly soft as the fibres are plumper than normal cotton, It's
difficult to describe in words the 'wow' feeling you get when you see
these t-shirts in the flesh and can feel how soft and gentle on the skin
they are. Try one, in the unlikely event that you will not like it I
offer a non quibble money back guarantee.
Sharing a bed with your baby is a personal choice and if you are concerned about the safety of co-sleeping please check out these links:
The latest on bed sharing and breastfeeding Jan 2012 from Durham University Parent Infant Sleep Lab
Dr. Sears Addresses Recent Co-Sleeping Concerns
Frequently Asked Questions on Infant Sleep, SIDS Risks, Cosleeping, and Breastfeeding from the University of Notre Dame Mother-Baby Behavioural Sleep Laboratory
Why babies should never sleep alone: A review of the co-sleeping controversy in relation to SIDS, bedsharing and breast feeding From the University of Notre Dame Pedriatric Respiratory Reviews.