Pregnancy Your 9 months Sleep accessories for a newborn baby's nursery Kit your baby's nursery out with these sleep accessories 1 of Ad break Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryAll set You'll need at least five sleepsuits for your new baby, in case of leaks or spills. Choose 100% cotton, like this pack of five white sleepsuits, £15, John Lewis Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryAll wrapped up Many midwives still advocate swaddling as a good way to get restless babies to sleep – try this lovely new Summer Infant SwaddleMe, £9.99 Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryPerfect peace A baby monitor is a reassuring must-have for new parents. Tomy Digital Plus TD350 also features a feed timer, multicoloured night light, temperature sensor and remote control, £84.99, Tomy Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryTime for bed In the early months a Moses basket is ideal for your newborn, so you can keep her near while she sleeps. Baroo Waffle Maize Moses basket, £49.99 Continue slideshow > Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryHealthy glow This clever device allows you to see at a glance whether your baby's room is at a safe temperature - and is a night light too. Groegg digital room thermometer, £17.89, Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryLittle bundle You'll need bedlinen for the Moses basket - this six-piece set contains everything you'll need: fitted and flat sheets, and blankets, £29.99 Mothercare Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryBest of friends A comforter makes a perfect sleep companion, and Kaloo, has a range in pretty colours and soft fabrics. Kaloo Liberty Rabbit Doudou, £16.95 Sleep essentials for a newborn nurseryLingering lullaby A mobile that plays gentle music will calm your baby. The Millie & Boris mobile has cute characters and plays Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, £30, from Mamas & Papas Continue slideshow > 5 Baby sleep tipsEstablishing a sleep routine Despite having all the right equipment around you, getting your baby or toddler to sleep undisturbed through the night can still be hard. See here for help with establishing a night-time routine for baby, and have a look at our trouble-shooting tips for toddler sleep. By Babyexpert.com Last updated on 27 September 2011 Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 7-month's pregnant mum asked to PROVE she was expecting by rail staff Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter are having baby no 2 Would you use this breastfeeding emoji? Selma Blair on her mid-flight meltdown: 'My son was asleep, he had headphones on'