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HVP January 2017

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Page 22 of 35 n Hudson Valley Parent 23 shopped around for accessories. "I looked in places like Home- goods, Marshalls and Hobby Lobby for pieces to pull the room together," she says. Safety first One trend that never changes is the concern for safety. Things like making sure large furniture is securely fastened to the wall and safe from toppling onto an explor- ing toddler take priority. Most baby furniture sold today includes safety straps, or safety kits can be found in many store baby sections. Outlet covers once babies start crawling, and using overhead light- ing vs. lamps with cords that little hands can tug on are also important details in the nursery. The Internet may have changed the way parents plan a nursery, but no matter how cute the decor, many babies sleep in their parents' room for the first few months. If you are a parent feeling rushed to decorate the perfect nursery before baby arrives, relax! You still have plenty of time. Roxanne Ferber is a freelance writer and Hudson Valley Parent blogger living in Saugerties with her husband and 5-year-old twins. With 8 years between pregnancies, the West- inghouse family appreciates the technology available today. Photo provided Beat the winter blues with awesome giveaways from our sponsors!

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