Updated for 2020!

Your little one deserves a crib that is both good looking and healthy. While we can't promise they will sleep through the night, we can promise that these cribs aren't covered in harsh chemicals or releasing large amounts of potentially dangerous fumes into your baby's room. We all want a nursery that will be a nurturing and loving place so that our babies can grow up strong and healthy. So we did our research and found all the highest rated cribs and then limited our picks to cribs that are GREENGUARD Gold certified, meaning they have been tested and meet stringent chemical and VOC emissions standards. That means your baby can sleep without fumes damaging their fragile lungs or irritating their eyes. And when your little one starts chewing on the rails, you can be rest assured that these paints and finishes are safe. We also included a non-toxic budget crib, which is a solid-wood choice from Ikea. While you are looking for a safe crib, you might also want to peruse our roundup of safe crib mattresses, to double down on the safest of safe sleeping places for your kiddos.

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Sleeping with your phone in your bed seems innocent enough, but some studies have linked the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from our phones to certain cancers and memory impairment 😰. On top of that, the blue light from screens can mess with sleep patterns. Distance is the most important factor in limiting EMF exposure, so to ensure the highest quality 💤s as possible, try putting your phone on airplane mode or leaving it on the opposite side of your room. Link in bio for more information! ⁣ ⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣
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Why You Shouldn’t Sleep with Your Phone

At least put it in airplane mode or toss it across the room

We know that scrolling can be a totally mindless way to fall asleep. Look at some random photos on Insta, read an article somewhere, take a quiz to learn what your cheese choices say about your love life, and before you know it, you're drifting softly to sleep. But, that probably also means your phone is your snuggle buddy. You might think it's totally fine, or that random alarm clock app might promise to wake you at the best time in your sleep cycle if you leave your phone under your pillow, but we are thinking that may not be the best idea for a couple of reasons.

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What a headache 🤕 right? Well we decode what GOTS, GOLS, Greenguard, Organic, Certi-Pur USA and more mean to make your shopping process a bit easier. Link in bio to find out more.⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣
And if it's disrupting your sleep, then it's really time to take action! White noise (or pink or brown noise! ) is a good way to dull the sounds that are waking you up. What other strategies do you use?⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣
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