For more than 27 years, Berg Furniture has been designing and producing innovative children's furniture. Berg gives you more than just a bed. They give you every piece of furniture you would normally buy for a space, consolidated into a concise arrangement that (in most cases) fits into the space of an average bed.
Berg makes Smart Bedroom Systems.
These are not just bunk beds - they are room systems. Berg manufactures products that make children feel excited and happy. They design bedrooms that help children be organized, make them feel cozy and provide them with a place to socialize with friends and family. Berg Furniture products encourage creativity and curiosity, this is the true value that every parent is looking for when they buy products for their kids.
This is not your mother’s diaper bag!
What do Jessica Alba, Alyssa Milano, Victoria Beckham, Pink and Kourtney Kardashian have in common besides being well-known celebrities? They have all discovered the Timi & Leslie Convertible Diaper Bag. And now you can too, at A Room Of Their Own.
These beautiful, stylish diaper bags are the latest designer “it” bags, and they don’t cost a fortune to own. Mommy bloggers and product reviewers all over the country are raving about this new line of diaper bags.
These convertible diaper bags serve a dual function as baby necessity carry-all and purse for mom, so you don’t have to carry a separate handbag for your own personal items. After you are done with the diapers the bag is a great handbag. Therefore it “converts” to a handbag when you are done using it with your baby!
Timi & Leslie convertible diaper bags have these important features:
Every new parent wants to make their baby as comfortable as they can at all times. But the newborn’s comfort isn’t all that matters. New moms and dads will spend many hours throughout the day and night feeding and soothing their baby. So a comfortable and supportive chair can make everyone happier.
Traditionally rockers have been the answer. You may have even gotten the one your mother used when you were a baby handed down to you. But the truth is that even when you add new cushion backs and seats, a spindle back with hard wooden seat and arms is hardly what you would prefer for a middle-of-the night feeding, when both you and your baby need comforting.
Have you looked at your baby’s room from a safety perspective? If not, now is a good time. Your baby will be rolling around, reaching and crawling before you know it. So being prepared is the best way to keep your nursery safe.
Start by looking at the room from the baby’s perspective.
Get down on your hands and knees and look around. You should easily spot the obvious hazards – outlets should have safety covers, electrical cords and dangling curtain cords should be tied up or fastened to the wall or furniture with cord sleeves or duct tape.
Other potential hazards aren’t always as easy to spot. Try to arrange your furniture to fit in front of or over heating vents that can get hot or are open for small hands to reach into. Baseboard heaters and radiators should be covered with screens to prevent baby from crawling or accidentally rolling into a hot surface. Use a cleat wrap for excess window covering cords.
A new law signed by Gov. Nathan Deal requires that all children under age 8 must be properly secured in an approved car seat or booster seat while riding in passenger automobiles, vans, and pickup trucks. The new law raises the previous requirement of under age 6 to under age 8 and is designed to protect children from abandoning their booster seat when many are too small for lap and shoulder belts to fit properly.
However, children under age 8 whose height is over 4’9” or 57” are exempt from this new law. If a Parent or Guardian has a written statement from a Physician that the child has a physical or medical condition that prevents placing or restraining them as required by law, they are also exempt.
Exceptions: A child under age 8 and weighing at least 40 pounds is not exempt from other seat belt laws. They may use a lap belt only instead of a car seat or booster seat when the vehicle is not equipped with lap & shoulder belts; or when all passenger seating positions with lap & shoulder belts are being used to restrain other children. In this case, the placement of car seats / boosters seats should be evaluated to determine if they can be repositioned to provide the best protection for all children being transported.
Fine: The law provides that any person transporting an unrestrained child may receive up to a $50 fine and one point. If that offender has a second conviction, the fine may double up to $100 and two points. One citation may be written per child unrestrained or improperly restrained.