Although I spent most of my pregnancy designing and prepping Roselyn’s nursery, I didn’t initially put as much thought as I should have into the baby crib mattress that she’d frequently be using.
It wasn’t until after she had already arrived that I began regretting my decision to purchase a common foam/water-resistant mattress and began researching higher-quality options.
My research led me to the Newton Baby Crib Mattress, a 100% breathable, recyclable and washable mattress that features a Wovenaire core – which is 90% air and 10% food-grade polymer to provide the comfort of foam and latex without any of the drawbacks. There’s no chemicals or toxins!
The lightweight mattress is then quilted together using comfortable 3-D Spacer Fabric for maximum airflow which helps regulate body temperature and breathing, keeping baby asleep longer at night.
As Rosie was delivered early and experiences complications that impact her growth and sleep, we’ve always been concerned about the amount and quality of sleep she gets. That is why we were so excited to try the Newton Baby Crib Mattress and are very happy to share that it exceeded everyone’s expectations!
Because it seemed too good to be true, we took the #Breathe2BelieveChallenge to confirm that we could breathe through every part of the Newton Baby Crib Mattress (spoiler alert: you really can!) The mattress has also been independently tested, showing that a baby can get 97% more air while breathing through a Newton Baby Crib Mattress compared to traditional crib mattresses.
Since we’ve had our Newton Baby Crib Mattress, I can honestly say that everyone has slept better. Rosie is much more comfortable being able to breathe through the mattress and sleep on her stomach at night. Ryan and I can also rest easy, now that we have peace of mind that she’s experiencing better, healthier and safer sleep.
I would recommend this mattress to any expecting family or friend. You can find out more about the Newton Baby Crib Mattress, including more information about designs, style and safety, here.
Blog shared in partnership with Newton Baby. Product choices and opinions are my own.