To create a positive environment for your new bundle of joy, your baby, make sure you follow the tips here. Also this will help in making babies less fussy, make them feel more comfortable in their surroundings and will promote their health and well being.
1. The bedroom of the newly born should never be over a garage nor have an empty space below. The bedroom also should have a peaceful location, not near a road, as it would disturb the infant.
2. Avoid using loud colours as it would make the baby restless. Instead use muted and light shades to create a peaceful bedroom. Shades of whites, peaches, light blue, etc. are excellent for children. Avoid too much of contrasting colours when using more than one colour and remember the tones have to be soft and the colours should be harmonious in Feng Shui terms, such as green and blue, white and beige, or pink and yellow.
3. Place the bed on a solid wall across from the door with the head against the wall, as not doing so puts the baby in a confronting position. Also the bed should not be against a window or be directly in line with the door or under a beam or any slanting roof end. These locations can disturb the child. Also do not place the bed against a wall that is shared with a bathroom, toilet, storage, or utility type room.
4. Create soft music and energy which benefits the baby like hang mobiles close to a window to move gently in the breeze and keep soft music playing in the room. Place a small fan near his cot to keep air moving in the room softly but do not place his bed under a ceiling fan as it creates negative flow of energy.
5. Make sure there are no hard corners from cots or tables pointing at the baby. The bed linen should have pleasant designs and the material should be soft to touch. No aggressive animals or patterns should be used for the room. The room should be not be over lit with daylight or bulbs. It should be soothing and no harsh lights should be facing the baby. You can have blinds made of soft colours which shall control the light intensity in the day time and at night you can use dimmers. Never let the light fall directly in the eyes of the baby as it can induce squinting.
6. Always have a camera or alarms which go off when the baby needs you. Even when you are not around you should remain connected and make sure no pointed objects are within his reach and air conditioners or warmers should be way from the bed. Make it a point to tip toe to his room every hour to make sure he is safe.