Best crib bedding according to redditors

We found 96 Reddit comments discussing the best crib bedding. We ranked the 73 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Crib bedding bumpers
Crib bed skirts
Crib bedding sets
Crib mattress pads
Crib netting
Crib rail covers

Top Reddit comments about Crib Bedding:

u/NoIWontSmellThis · 10 pointsr/BabyBumps

Sorry for the formatting, on mobile

More pics here:




Ruffle curtains and dresser are from Home Goods.

Wall flowers, crown 👑, and veil are from Hobby Lobby.

Mirror and bassinet are garage sale finds.

u/ernieball · 10 pointsr/BabyBumps

The only sheet approved for use in the pack n play is one like this. It's made specifically for the thin pack n play mattress board. Regular crib sheets or waterproof pads are made to fit over much thicker crib mattresses so using them in the PnP will yield way too much slack.

I think I'm reading you right here - like there's excess fabric that's bunching up in the middle?

If you're using something like this on the thin board that comes with a PnP it's incorrect. This sheet is meant to be used with a thicker PnP mattress, which is an add on some people use once baby is older (like toddler age).

A newborn/infant should only sleep on the thin board that comes with the PnP and/or the thin pack n play sheet in the first link.

u/workin_momma · 9 pointsr/sleeptrain

We use a pack n play with this SnoozeShade + white noise

SnoozeShade Pack N Play Crib Canopy and Tent | Breathable Netting Sleep and Cover Shade | Award-Winning & Mom-Designed

u/kasshench · 7 pointsr/BabyBumps

Top 5:

  1. Crib sheet and matching changing pad cover are from Etsy!

  2. Canopy is from Amazon

  3. Mirror is from Amazon

  4. Name sign is from Etsy

  5. The dresser was given to us by my husband’s aunt and my mom’s coworker painted it and put new knobs on it for us!
u/Eugene_C · 6 pointsr/Columbus

FYI, They do make crib covers for this purpose: Like this

u/kkitz7 · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

It’s Burt’s Bees on amazon! Comforter and sheets are sold separate:

Burt's Bees Baby - Fitted Crib Sheet, Boys & Unisex 100% Organic Cotton Crib Sheet for Standard Crib and Toddler Mattresses (Hello Moon! Pattern)

Burt's Bees Baby - Reversible Quilt, Baby and Toddler Nursery Blanket, Organic Cotton Shell & Polyester Fill (Hello Moon!)

u/Bunnyboops · 4 pointsr/beyondthebump

So I have this pop up mesh tent for babies who crawl out of cribs and that's what I used. It's perfect because its breathable, keeps mosquitoes, insects, and kitties out! Idk if I can link it but I'll try

u/Sas12383 · 3 pointsr/parentsofmultiples

Seriously. Best. Investment. Ever.

Let me preface by they do nap in toddler beds at my moms 3-4x a week, so I know they are capable of staying on their cribs when we turn them into toddler beds. However, my husband and I have demanding work and travel schedules plus a 4 year old that wanders into our bed by midnight each night. The idea of all 5 of us fighting for space and sleep in our bed every night is scary, we do intend on taking down the tents and transitioning into toddler beds by the time they’re 3 (Aug) or potty trained... which ever comes first....

tent cribs

u/sweetlime13 · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

This is pretty cute - $105 for 3 pieces (skirt, sheet and blanket I think)

Rainbow 3-piece set for $48

This one's a 5-piece set - you can't use the crib bumper until later though since it's not breathable. The sweater blanket in the set is pretty cute - $117.12

Like the last one, but with a grey skirt and no bumper
- $84.95

u/babraeton · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

More photos here, they are SFW.

Babyletto peggy crib

Babyletto lotty dresser/changing table We changed the drawer pulls and legs to match the rest of the nursery.


Rocking chair


Ryan Berkley embroidery pattern

u/CrowningHardtop · 3 pointsr/Mommit

Crib Rail Covers

These are the ones I have along with the long front railing cover that matches.

I picked these because the strap isn’t connected to the cover. It has holes that a strap has to go through both sides and then tied so if for some reason it were to come untied it will be less likely to cause any problems.

u/call_me_cthulhu_ · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

first of it's amazing that you're willing to do a foster to adopt. A couple of people in my family have fostered and it's great. Most people are only willing to adopt and if they consider foster will only foster an infant.

Okay, I saw that you and your husband are a nerdy couple (like us) and I saw this article a while back and thought of it instantly when I saw your post. My favorites are the lost nursery, the doctor who, and the superman (which I'd use as inspiration for a batman) ones.

If you end up going with the lion king nursery you can start with either Mellow Yellow by Behr or Zinnia Gold. I think they're really lion king colors and they're not to bright for a nursery. It's also better than using those sticky decals which look cheap and are horrible quality.

These are amazingggggg, especially at night. I had this one which may go with your theme a little bit but it was absolutely amazing. It comes with a remote for it that you can turn it on from the doorway or outside the room so if the baby is about to fall asleep you don't have to walk in and wind up a traditional mobile to get it going again. Babies R Us also offers this one which is a traditional lion king mobile.

A lion king bedding set would go nicely with some lion king sheets. I like the sheets because they don't just come in lion king character prints. They come with other safari type prints as well. If you don't want to go with the big bedding set and just the sheets you could get this blanket for the crib. A diaper stacker works well especially if you're limited on space. This lamp is a little on the expensive side but is absolutely adorable. These are a nice alternative instead of using the wall stickers. This little snuggler is so cute.

Honestly you and your husband can do the wall art similar to the buzzfeed article I sent you (the superman nursery theme). Just go to a craft store and get a couple of canvases and you guys can paint a couple lion king pictures to add some pop to the walls.

good luck and hakuna matata.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Aw, that is super exciting! Congrats. (:

I managed to find a few cute things for you!

I didn't go through the comments to make sure someone didn't already send them to you so I apologize if someone else already did. (:




4 a rattle,


6 This is neat. (:


8 and I LOVE these little onesies!


10 Love this too!!

11 PUMBAA!! (:

12 Rafiki. (:

13 Timon.

14 Zazu.

15 Nala.

16 Scar! >:(


I found a lot, wow. Haha. Oh well, I hope you like some of the stuff. (: Super happy for you guys!! (:

u/mechitgood · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I'd really recommend getting a couple if not a pad for it as well. You can probably find one cheaper but I'm talking about something like this that goes under the sheet.

With our first pack n play the "mattress" part was stained and ruined from getting spit up on. You can only spot clean them which is why we ended up getting the sheets and protector

u/bellalinda · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

Wonder bumpers! Expensive, but they solve the problem, are "in use" 15 hours a day (eventually), and they are safe. My kiddo tried to use the mesh one as a step to get out, then I switched to these. They are still on her crib (and she is still in it) at age 3.

u/SabrinaFaire · 2 pointsr/Pets

Might be easier to get something like this.

u/sk613 · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We have AURAA Baby Fitted Crib Sheets Set, 2 Pack Crib Mattress Topper for Baby Boys Girls,Ultra Soft, Full Standard (Lilac/Multi Butterfly) and they're a bit big for our normal sized mattress and super stretchy so they might be good for you

u/starbuckscout · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I bought these:

My son loves to smash his head against the slats when he sleeps, so I needed something to protect his head. These vertical slat protectors are a godsend. They leave maybe 2-3 inches of room, so he never gets any limbs stuck.

u/LoveSalmonDinners · 2 pointsr/ChildrenFallingOver

Baby Crib Safety Net Pop Up Tent - Never Recalled

u/strangetosay · 2 pointsr/waiting_to_try

I worry about that balancing act, too (we also have two cats). I have already decided I'm getting one of those safety tent things for the crib because I know my cats will be all up in it, and as cute as those internet videos are of cats sleeping with babies, I'm just not OK with it if I'm not supervising.

I worked in childcare for many years (still do as as side gig) and know that when the dog starts barking, baby starts crying, cats start meowing, and 8 million other things go wrong, my patience will wear thin. If I need a minute, the baby won't die from being laid down and crying for an extra 60 seconds, and my pets will survive that minute too.

I think kids who grow up loving animals have a very strong sense of compassion, empathy, and even responsibility. It's all worth it!

u/embry11 · 1 pointr/sugargliders

It's a mosquito tent! Here is the link to the one I have.
OTraki Pop up Mosquito Net for...

u/Caitinator · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

I'm wondering about this too for my own wedding. The only solution I can think of is making large mosquito net food covers. Or, like someone else has posted, you could use huge hanging mosquito net covers. Then, if you live in a buggy place like I do, you can re-use it.

u/mariacaldwell · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Thanks ! The canopy was another Amazon find .
Princess Bed Canopy Net for Kids...

u/bismuth92 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

How about if you got something like this or this to keep the cats out?

u/suzycamp15 · 1 pointr/pregnant

I have similar worries! We have three cats and a husky, who are all our babies and have free roam of the house. I feel bad knowing they won’t get the same attention that they are used to when baby arrives, but I’m more concerned about the cats trying to curl up with the baby when it’s sleeping. I also plan to keep the nursery door closed, but I’m more concerned about when the baby is in the bassinet in our room (if we try to lock the cats out, they will claw the shit out of our carpet and ruin it trying to get in while also keeping us awake with the noise.. been there, done that).

I put this net on our registry that I plan to use over the bassinet in our room and over the pack n play when in our living room. It’s cheap and has good reviews. There are many others like it! There are even “crib tents” you can get too.

Mosquito Net for Infant Car Seats, Infant Strollers and Bassinets | Breathable with Elastic Netting for Easy fit | Delta Children | White

u/aurora_borealis__ · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

We're also in a one bedroom studio. Life these days is expensive! It can be hard to move! We're using a Pack N Play instead of a crib and when we need it dark, I think we're going to get this . You can also get a small dresser with a changing table on top. We're also getting a folding high chair so we can store it when we're not using it. You got this! You're not alone!

u/RosiePeaches23 · 1 pointr/parentsofmultiples

My BFF had an issue with cats sleeping in her daughter's crib. This solved it and will totally thwart your escape artist.

Crib Tent Link

u/gigglesmcbug · 1 pointr/Parenting

Baby Crib Safety Pop up Tent: Premium Baby Bed Canopy Netting Cover| See Through Mesh Top Nursery Mosquito Net |Stylish and Sturdy Unisex Infant Crib Tent Net |Protect Your Baby from Falls and Bites

I'm talking about these.

u/brainpicnic · 1 pointr/sleeptrain

You can always use Snoozeshade for a pack n play to darken the sleeping area and do crib hour.

u/kariertkartoffel · 1 pointr/Parenting

I know some people have used a crib canopy (something like this) to keep the kid contained in the crib for longer

u/SoISew · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I think this one is sweet. Three pieces, $107.

u/abishop711 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

There a crib tents you can get to make sure the cat stays out! here's one on Amazon, but I'm sure there are others around.

We're a little worried that our extra-cuddly kitty who is not afraid of the vacuum, the fire alarm, or other loud noises, might try to cuddle the baby before he/she is big enough to move if they are getting smothered, so will be getting a tent to be on the safe side.

u/elvispresley1313 · 1 pointr/toddlers

In case you have any interest in keeping your child in their crib for a bit longer- my friend is having her son sleep in a crib tent and it has worked wonders for her!

u/Pinacoladapopsicle · 0 pointsr/Parenting

I agree with others about giving it back and trying again later, but I also wanted to address the crib thing. You have some options here:

A) a sleep sack may prevent her from getting her leg up on the railing. If she takes it off, put it on backwards.

B) look for a thinner crib matress, OR, if your crib has slats that go to the ground, you can put the mattress on the ground. Basically try to extend the height of the sides.

C) if those both fail, get this thing:

D) if all else fails, baby proof the room and lock the door.

u/mermaid812 · -1 pointsr/beyondthebump

What about a crib tent?? They’re not the cutest but it will keep the baby in! 20 mo seems young to me for a toddler bed but I know others have done it. crib tent