Pondering Pine Organic Muslin Cotton Month To Month Baby Blanket

Last updated date: March 21, 2022

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9.5

Pondering Pine Organic Muslin Cotton Month To Month Baby Blanket

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We looked at the top Month To Month Baby Blankets and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Month To Month Baby Blanket you should buy.

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Overall Take

Organic cotton material makes this blanket well suited for chilly nights after the photo op is over. It comes with a rustic frame that matches the woodsy theme and lets you highlight each month of your child's first year. Even at month 12, they'll have plenty of room to roll around thanks to the large size.


In our analysis, the Pondering Pine Pondering Pine Organic Muslin Cotton Month To Month Baby Blanket placed 2nd when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

100% Organic Muslin Cotton. Capture Monthly Milestones: Take pictures of your baby boy’s monthly growth and share your pictures with family & friends! Create a beautiful album from the one month milestone to twelve months. It’s super soft and generously sized 47″ X 47″ to allow your newborn some room to wiggle. 100% Organic Cotton: A milestone blanket for baby truly made with love and care. Certified by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards) meaning no harmful chemicals, only organic materials, and made using fair labor practices. This baby boy milestone blanket comes with a monthly milestones tracker frame. High Contrast Woodland Bear: Designed for your baby’s eyes, the high contrast woodland mountain blanket months design will inspire imagination. Works great in the baby nursery, is a comfy way to swaddle, a perfect play mat and can be your boy or girl’s first blankey. It’s a great multi use first year organic baby blanket. A Lovely Baby Shower Gift: A baby milestone blanket is a great option for expecting families and your gift will stand out from all the toys, clothes, and diapers. You can add our baby bear milestone blanket and month calendar tracker to your registry. It’s the most adventurous monthly baby milestone blanket. Guaranteed For Life: We love to offer our satisfaction guarantee with your months blanket, that means your money back without hassle. If for any reason our baby month blanket did not meet your expectations, we will take care of it.

An Overview On Month To Month Baby Blankets

These days it seems like kids are never too young to fall prey to an Instagram trend — even babies. If you know any new moms, you may have already seen them marking every year, month or even day that goes by with their new bundle of joy by posting pictures of them on a numbered blanket. These cozy little backdrops are called month-to-month blankets, or simply milestone blankets. They’re a great way to make memories, keep the relatives posted, mark how fast those rugrats are growing or just do a quick bit of baby bragging on social media.

The blankets come in different shapes, fabrics and designs, but the basic elements are usually the same. There’s some space for the baby to lay down with numbers printed beside them. These typically correspond to months in the infant’s first year, although more versatile blankets have text that let you know it’s baby’s first day, week, year, etc. Lay the tyke down on the blanket, put a frame around the month in question and voila: You’ve got an informative snapshot that tracks their growth through these formative months.

First and foremost, these blankets are props for a baby photo, so it’s important that they fit the parent’s sense of style. If you’re buying one for a baby shower, do a little research first. You can find themed blankets that match just about any sensibility, color scheme or pop culture obsession — but when in doubt, it’s best to go with something cute and rustic. Not many of these blankets are gender-specific, but it’s something to keep in mind if the parents haven’t revealed that yet.

There’s no specific size that’s just right for a milestone blanket, but it should be at least big enough that a 12-month old can stretch out between its four corners (unless you’re marking off yearly birthdays). You also want to make sure that you can get both the baby and the entire blanket in the photo, which can be tricky if it’s too oversized.

While looks are the most important factor, you want to make sure it’s cozy, too. Babies are less likely to fuss during that photo shoot if they’re comfortable, and parents might actually want to use the blanket as a blanket later on. The important thing is that the blanket doesn’t get too dirty between one month and the next.

With that in mind, fleece is a great fabric for baby blankets in general and this one in particular. It’s extra soft, easy to machine-wash and keeps kids extra warm (maybe a little too warm in the summer months). Cotton is another great choice because it’s hypoallergenic and a bit more breathable, though you may need to take a little care with it in the laundry. Wool is another durable fabric if you plan on keeping that blanket around as an heirloom.

The Month To Month Baby Blanket Buying Guide

So you’ve got the perfect month-to-month blanket and you’re ready to take the cutest baby picture of all time. Not so fast: If you haven’t learned this already, newborns can be real divas when it comes time for photo shoots. You can’t really control how they’ll react on that blanket and you certainly can’t make them stay still if they’ve got pent-up energy. What you can do is prepare.

For those first few months, there’s nothing cuter (or more cooperative) than a sleeping baby. Wait until they’re well into nap time, then lay them down and get those photos. If you want your child awake, make sure you schedule things around their meals. Set picture time about a half hour after a good long feeding and your kiddo should be much happier about the whole thing.