Mom Tip of the Week: Transitioning to a Toddler RoomLauren Hartmann
The differences between a nursery and a toddler room can be varied, but in general, nurseries are geared towards parents and making it a place where they want to spend time rocking, nursing and playing with their baby, whereas a toddler room is all about the toddler.
While choosing a layout for my daughter’s room, I still focused on making it a place where I wanted to spend time with her, but I’ve definitely revamped things to make it more appropriate and fun for the developmental stage that she’s at now. I want her room to be a space where she feels comfortable to explore and a place where she enjoys being.
Check out some of my tips for making the transition!
Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble and over at Disney Baby.
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