Nesting Welcome to Nesting



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Welcome to Nesting

When expecting a baby, you start wondering, planning and questioning. Things are changing and exciting times are ahead. Everything should be ready for the child. It should feel snug and safe in its new home, its nest. That is why Nesting wants to support you in all the new and important decisions on: renovating, furniture and the start of your life together with your baby. We also have a series of informative guides on most of these topics, which can help you making informed decisions.

Pregnancy, especially with the first child, brings up a lot of questions: What does the baby need at the beginning? How should the room be furnished? What is suitable for the child? And most importantly: What is healthy for the child?

Find your way

There are so many products for children – from furniture to skin care, clothes and toys. But not everything that is available for children is really suitable or appropriate for them, especially for babies. Some products, materials and ingredients, which are actually supposed to make everyday life easier, turn out to be a health risk and even dangerous. And yet, there are so many things to provide you and your baby with a safe and healthy start and accompany you during your enjoyable life together.

On these web pages you will find comprehensive information and tips that can support you during your own nesting process – creating the room and living space for your baby and helping both of you on your first shared steps in your daily lives. And should you not find an answer here, then, please, contact us directly. Enjoy your nesting!



 
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Top 10 Nesting-Tips:

  • If you're pregnant - let someone else renovate
  • Avoid smoking and second-hand smoke – they contain harmful chemicals
  • New Mantra: airing, airing, airing – open windows and refresh indoor air regularly
  • Always check labels for ingredients, instructions and warning signs
  • Ask the retailer when purchasing for information on the product's health and safety and its environmental impact
  • Wear a mask and protective gloves if labelling says it is required; ask the manufacturer for further information on safety
  • Ask for products carrying an environmental label (eco-label)
  • Avoid soft plastics toys and let new products stay outside some days so that toxic fumes can escape
  • Eat home-grown and organic food as much as possible, avoid canned food
  • If a products smells chemically then it might contain harmful chemicals