As we all know, a baby’s skin is extremely sensitive. However, there are babies who have more sensitive skin than others. If that’s the case, you would need to have hypoallergenic matts materials. In the event that your baby has hypersensitive skin, you want to make sure that the crib sheets are changed as often as necessary. The last thing you want is your baby to develop a rash from the crib sheets.
As a mother, the last thing you want is to see your baby get sick. Unfortunately, however, as your baby gets acclimated to the real world after nine months of being in a mother’s womb, your baby has a chance of becoming ill. When your baby is ill, it is imperative that you change the crib sheets as often as possible. Reason being, your baby could be sweating while they’re sleeping, and there’s also the possibility of them soiling the sheets.
After taking the above into consideration, it’s time to decide on how many crib sheets you require. If you plan on changing your sheets every day, you would require at least four crib sheets. On the other hand, if you plan on only placing fresh sheets in your baby’s crib once a week, you wouldn’t need more than two crib sheets.
Just to be safe however, you may want to take into account the mess that your baby might make. As this is unpredictable, you may want to have spare sheets just in case that happens. If so, having about seven crib sheets at your disposal should provide you with sufficient sheets to deal with any emergency that may occur.
If you do your laundry often however, four to five sheets are more than what’s required. However, there’s absolutely no harm in making sure you have extra just in case. It’s important to make sure that your crib sheets are washed and cleaned regularly.