With a toddler at home, I'm anticipating that our new baby will spend a lot more time in the port-a-crib than our first did. With Clark I would throw down a blanket and let him have tummy time while I worked around the house. Although Clark is a tender little guy, I'm pretty terrified that he is going to clobber our new baby and try carrying him around the house when I'm in the restroom or preparing dinner. Hopefully we can use the pack and play to prevent that from happening.
Because I'm anticipating using our port-a-crib more, I figured that I should make up some sheets for it.
I found this great tutorial online by Modest Maven on how to make sheets for port-a-cribs, or pack and plays. She claims that she can make these sheets up in 15 minutes, and I have to say that I believe her. I made two different sheets, and probably got down to around 20 minutes each using my serger.
Don't worry though, if you don't have a serger you could easily make these. Hop on over to her blog for the full tutorial.
While we're on the topic, does anyone have any advice to share on helping toddlers adjust to a new sibling? Clark is really excited, but I have a feeling that it is going to be harder than we expect for us all.