Protect Your Baby From Crib Falls

 I don't know if I am alone here but do any of you moms (and dads too!) get super anxious about your baby crawling out of the crib in the middle of the night or perhaps while you are busy running around the house doing all the house chores (on top of everything else we have to do…)?

Well, I certainly am one of them.
I am blessed and grateful to say that I have this amazing 2 and a half year old at home (my greatest bundle of joy) that I would do literally ANYTHING for but sometimes, she gets curious and wants to climb out of her crib and that gives me shivering nightmares and I often wake up in the middle of the night just to check that she is sound asleep where I left her. 
So, I began to do some digging through the web to see if I can find any solutions that will ensure that my baby doesn't hurt herself and would help me keep my mind at ease. 
And so I am unsure which items would work better for which moms or which households but I have gathered some products here for anyone who can relate and share my concern for their own children! 
I hope you find these helpful ☺ - if you know any good items, please feel free to reach out to me. I would love to know! 

1. Crib Fall Protection Mats

I am sure you heard me talk about this fabulous product already but this mat helps me stay asleep at night and I couldn’t tell you what that is worth to me. So, you put this mat around the baby’s crib (with the crib located right next to the wall and so the mat covers the other 3 sides of the crib so that if your baby decides to climb out of the crib and falls, this durable product will ensure that your baby is perfectly safe and unhurt! (It has been tested and proven to protect falls even as high as 8 feet).

2. Crib Liners 

Crib liners are important to reduce potential risk suffocation and entanglement and there are crib liners with cute little designs to keep your little one entertained. In addition, these will also help prevent little ones from trying to climb out of the crib ☺ 

3. Sleep Sacs

Sleep sacs make it more difficult for your little one to separate their legs and reach a leg over the edge of the crib. Sleep sacs are the best prevention, as somehow little ones can figure out how to do the double leg extension. But they do help to restrict a child a bit from figuring out how to climb out of the crib.