I received product to facilitate this review all thoughts and opinions are my own.
When I think of soft fabrics for baby’s nursery I think of aden+anais. Known mostly for their amazing swaddle blankets, aden+anais also makes a line of crib sheets and changing pad covers. Baby D loves his blankets so much and is never without one or his issie security blanket, so I knew when I was designing his nursery that an aden+anais crib sheet and changing pad cover would be the most perfect thing for him.
Since we were using aqua and orange as accent colors I was thrilled to find an aqua changing pad in bamboo and the azure beads bamboo crib sheet with complimenting colors.
This is the bamboo changing pad. I picked it mainly for the color, but the softness is perfect for baby’s delicate skin. The changing pad is also offered in the classic cotton muslin as well. Both are super easy to wash, and both only get softer the more you wash them. I recommend buying two changing covers as I seem to be washing these very frequently! It is a changing pad after all!
The crib sheets come in classic (cotton muslin), organic, and bamboo. I love the classic when it comes to our swaddle blankets, but the bamboo is an amazing crib sheet as it offers a silky softness for sleeping. Again, I recommend purchasing at least two of them as they get washed often in our home.
Clearly this is a company that I love and recommend to any new mom. The products offered are so superior in quality and get better with every single wash.
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