baby comforters

Quality of materials

All Moulin Roty baby comforters are made from the highest quality fabrics, which are sourced from France and throughout Europe. Fabrics are non-toxic and many are also Oeko-Tex certified so you can be sure there are no nasty chemicals or residues to affect your little one’s baby comforter toy or the environment.

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Why are comforters important?

Comforters are a great accessory for babies as they provide a sense of security and familiarity. With their unstructured design and varied textures, babies develop a fondness for their comforters and the recognisable feel and smell of the security blanket bring a sense of safety.

Comforters are also a great tool for bedtime as they can help to reduce stress and anxiety by soothing the baby and their senses.

The familiar feel, sight, and smell of their favourite security blanket can:

  • Ease anxiety by acting as a blankie for baby, promoting a sense of familiarity in a big new world.
  •  Be used as part of a bedtime routine to signal that it is time for sleep.
  • Be used for playtime fun.

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What comforters do we offer?

Our range of baby comforters covers everything from simple muslin squares to multi-layered and textured items. There is bound to be a baby comforter toy, security blanket or blankie for baby that they will love!

Babies can find the different textures and unstructured design of a comforter very appealing. The tactile feel of the different fabrics and embellishments provide stimulation and encourage exploration of the item.

In our range, we have baby comforters with dummy attachments, teethers, and tags. We also have a myriad of different colours, fabrics, and characters to choose from.

Child safety

Cotton and muslin baby comforters are safe for your baby and have the added benefit of absorbing your scent. This makes them even more of a comfort for your child.

Red Nose (formerly SIDS) recommends introducing a baby comforter toy from 7 months. This is when developmental changes result in separation anxiety.