This is a discussion on Fengshui tips on baby's room within the Singapore Fengshui Discussion forum, part of the MummySG Lifestyle category; For the younger generation now, many things are not done according to traditional practices. But if you are keen to ...
For the younger generation now, many things are not done according to traditional practices. But if you are keen to know about some tips in Feng Shui to make your kids more comfortable, below a few points for your reference.
First, the baby's room
It’d better not to hang wind chimes in the baby's room, wind chimes is considered to be a “tough” item in Feng Shui; there shouldn’t be too much mirrors in the room as babies will be scared when they see the images in mirror and not sleep at nights well; the room cannot be too bright nor too dark, because neither of them is conducive to the healthy growth of babies; do not keep the dolls in closed cabinets or boxes etc.
Second, walls in the baby room
more moderate colors should be adapted, and not to apply too fancy wallpapers, this is to avoid babies’ crying from morning till night; not to post or paste bizarre portraits of animals and idols - If the baby had been the face of these strange things too much earlier, they are likely to become weird when grew up.
Third, the baby's bed
The baby's bed is the most important, and should not be placed under the beam which might caused babies’ upset and they will cry for no reasons; beds cannot face the window. Strong sunlights will upset the babies; bed end cannot face door or toilet, which easily caused foot sprain; no hi-fi or noisy machines, which will cause babies’ nervous breakdown and upset.
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