Are pram liners necessary?
Hey you lovely lot,
We are so excited about our new collab with Baa Baby and wanted to share some info about the benefits of sheepskin and why they are a must have accessory!
With the option of so many accessories parents often wonder if a sheepskin pram link is really necessary. Perhaps the best way to look at this is whether a pram liner is necessary for you. To do so we need to look at the different functions of a pram liner and whether the benefits are worthwhile to you.
- Cleanliness – The first reason that most parents reach for a pram liner is that it will keep the pram clean. It’s much easier to remove a pram liner to shake off crumbs and wash, than trying to reach into the corners and clean the pram itself. Keeping your pram clean will really help its resale value too thats if you are looking to sell on the pram in the future.
- Comfort – Parents often look to an additional layer of comfort for their little one in the pram. Some prams offer a good layer of padding however often the lighter city models or travel buggies don’t offer much in the way of comfort. If your little one is spending a long time in the pram and there isn’t much padding then a liner would be a good option.
- Regulates temperature – sheepskin pram liners are increasingly popular not just for their comfort but also for their thermostatic qualities. Sheepskin will keep your pram clean and provide comfort, but alongside this natural sheepskin will also regulate temperature. A sheepskin pram liner has the added benefit of keeping your baby warm in winter and cool in summer so perfect all year round.
Whilst pram liners aren’t essential you will probably find that some of these benefits do make the purchase worthwhile for you and your baby, and if we’re all honest they just look absolutely amazing in your pram, carry cot, changing basket or bouncinette’s!!