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Noah's Ark Baby Beddingfrom: Maxx Family Life
A classic story, Noah's Ark Baby Bedding makes a great theme for a nursery, one that's works for both boys and girls. If you don't know whether you're having a boy or girl or if you're going to have twins of the opposite sex, then a Noah's Ark theme is great. The nursery won't be the end of the theme though because you can expand the theme as your child grows up.
Since you're planning the nursery theme based on an Ark theme using animals, it's easy to accessorize and the Ark will soon fill up with wonderful stuffed animals. Babies, children, and teens alike are going to be collecting these stuffed animals for many years. Even adults collect stuffies, right. So, as a baby they'll love watching and touching; as a child they'll have fun rescuing the animals and putting them to bed or walking them into a shelter. It's a timeless theme and story.
A bedding set or comforter with the Noah's Ark story of a family and animals saved by Noah from the flood is a great way to expose even the youngest of kids to the story. You can use the theme even if you're not religious as the theme really uses animals in its decor more than religion. It's great to explore and enjoy nature and animals and in this story Noah was simply the one who brought all the critters together.
So, take all these animals and you can have a multitude of choices and types of Noah's Ark themes and sets for baby and child's bedding. With the Noah's Ark bedroom set theme, the same motif can be on the rugs, curtains, mobile, bumper, comforter or quilt, receiving blankets, bedding, sheets, dust ruffles and more.
It can be very simple or not, but no matter what, it doesn't have to end in the nursery because the Noah's Ark theme is appropriate as your kids grow up too. Think about all those birthdays and holidays to come.
Your kids can get all kinds of stuffed animals as they grow up that will match the Noah's Ark ideal. You could even paint windows or walls with animals. The ceiling could have the sky and the famous dove and branch of olive in it's mouth flying toward a rainbow.
As the kids grow up or the room gets fuller, just hang one of those nets somewhere in the room and put the creatures in the net on display.
This theme is very flexible and there are a lot of pre-made Noah's Ark themes. All you have to do is shop around a bit and you'll surely find some wonderful Noah's Ark baby bedding sets and ideas to make your own themes.
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