The mattress matters! What to look for in a crib mattress

Nov 27, 2019 | Crib, Mattresses and Bedding, Key Sleep Tips

We talk a lot about room environment – Dark, quiet, peaceful, no distractions. But what about what baby sleeps ON? Baby’s mattress can go a long way towards healthy rest!

Recently, I was thrilled to visit Obasan and get a full tour of their incredible inventory, including (most importantly!) their amazing crib mattresses. The mattresses are handmade in Ottawa (with retailers across North America!) and made with quality organic materials and completely chemical-free. They are breathable and moisture-wicking, helping to regulate baby’s temperature throughout the night. (Cooler is better for sleep!)

I was so thrilled to be introduced to this brand that I’ve now partnered up with Obasan and they are offering you guys an Organic Wool Moisture Pad Protector (worth more than $100!!) FREE with any purchase of an Obasan crib mattress! Purchase on their website and enter the code HAPPYSLEEP at checkout!
Sleep well, Happy Sleepers!

Erin Junker is a Professional Infant & Toddler Sleep Consultant, and owner of The Happy Sleep Company, working closely with tired parents to help them help their little ones get the healthy, restful sleep they need. Follow The Happy Sleep Company on Instagram and Facebook – let’s get your family the healthy, happy sleep you deserve!

Disclaimer: I only provide reviews and recommendations for products when I feel they are of great quality. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. I am a member of several affiliate marketing programs and, as such, I do receive a commission for purchases made through some product links on this website.

The advice provided by The Happy Sleep Company is not a substitute for medical advice. The advice on this website is provided solely for informational purposes in connection with common early childhood sleep issues that are wholly unrelated to medical conditions. Always seek the advice of your doctor or another qualified health practitioner with questions regarding medical conditions or the health or welfare of your child. 

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