baby's room

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:'s room - a child's room for a babybaby's room - a child's room for a baby    
child's room - a bedroom for a child
day care center, day nursery - a nursery for the supervision of preschool children while the parents work
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You know, Mom," I said, "if you guys don't clean out the baby's room, it's going to have to sleep in your room.
Each will receive a fabulous Zorbit nursery set worth over pounds 400 - to give the ultimate make-over to your baby's room.
Baby's room furniture - (cribs, bassinets, cradles, dressers, changing tables - excludes linens)
Furthermore, the device automatically monitors the baby's room temperature and alerts parents when it is outside experts' recommended room temperature.
The source said that Kardashian has now employed a top astrologer in Paris to draw up all the qualities of a 2013 Cancerian baby and is busy sourcing all the icons associated with Cancer the crab for the baby's room.
We knew he was going to be a boy as I wanted to be able to get our baby's room ready.
Designer furniture and film and sports memorabilia push the average bill for doing up a baby's room to pounds 2628, said Halifax Home Insurance.
A lamp resting against bedclothes set bedding alight in the 15-month-old baby's room at the house on Woodleigh Grove, Beaumont Park, at 6.
If something smells toxic, chances are it's not good for your baby to breathe,'' says Carlin, who ultimately opted for more organic options in her baby's room and also went on to write ``The Peaceful Nursery: Preparing a Home for Your Baby with Feng Shui'' (Delta; $15).
Concentrate on keeping your baby's room at the right temperature, which is 16-20C: a single layer of clothing and a standard lightweight blanket is then enough.
Or perhaps Claudia is looking for a lamp for her new baby's room.
Despite the obvious difficulties in assessing temperature, only one in three parents (32pc) had a thermometer in their baby's room.