Best Toddler Bedding Duvets in 2020



Wildkin Kids 100% Cotton Toddler Beddingfor Boys and Girls, Includes One Toddler Comforter Designed to Fit a Standard Crib Mattress, Pattern Coordinates with Our Sheet Sets and Pillow Cases Review:


The item description is pretty spot on. It is a thin comforter but works great on top of another blanket. My three-year-old uses it on top of a weighted blanket at night and it doesn’t make him too warm. Plus it looks adorable.



Box Quilted Toddler Comforter, Grey Review:


We got this as my 2.5 year olds 1st "big boy blanket". since my husband and I have a plain white duvet on our bed we figured he would take to it easier. The first day we put it on his bed he got right under it and stayed there nearly all day evem wanting us to bring his food to him in bed. (ummmm nah brah... thats pushing the mommy servent thing a little to far. Its bad enough I still have to wipe your butt because you have no interest in the potty)

Well, mommy might not let him have food in bed but that didnt stop daddy and before a few days were out there was all sorts of sticky colorful crap all over it. Thanks daddy, especially for his broken baby heart when I removed it from his bed to try to get it clean and my migraine that started right after his intense vocalizations of protest.

migraine or not, off it went to the wash. A few sprays of stain pre-treater (deft of course, what kind of monster do you think I am) and in it went hoping apon hope that it would come out in one piece through both the wash and dry step.

I waited with bated breath (and a still pounding head) until my washer sang the song of its people saying its job was done. It was unscathed!

Feeling quite lucky and wanting that blanket back on the bed so my precious little one would finally shut his trap about his dang blanket I decided to push my luck and tossed it in the dryer. (the blanket not to baby..work with me people)

20 minutes later the baby was still alive and was feeling grieved enough to begin to suffer signs of long term clinical depression but at least my torodol was finally taking the edge off my migraine. Just like that the buzzer sounds and the baby makes it to the dryer before I do (the one tome I didnt lock the laundry door), rips open the dryer door, grabs his prize and all I saw was a flash of white fabric run into his room.

blessing upon blessing it was unscathed and he was already settling in under his warm and clean blanky for a nap.

I managed not to murder the husband, the kid does not appear to have any ptsd and I have a yeti for the glass of whine I now need



Tadpoles Toddler Comforter, Teddy Pattern/White Review:


We got this as my 2.5 year olds 1st "big boy blanket". since my husband and I have a plain white duvet on our bed we figured he would take to it easier. The first day we put it on his bed he got right under it and stayed there nearly all day evem wanting us to bring his food to him in bed. (ummmm nah brah... thats pushing the mommy servent thing a little to far. Its bad enough I still have to wipe your butt because you have no interest in the potty)

Well, mommy might not let him have food in bed but that didnt stop daddy and before a few days were out there was all sorts of sticky colorful crap all over it. Thanks daddy, especially for his broken baby heart when I removed it from his bed to try to get it clean and my migraine that started right after his intense vocalizations of protest.

migraine or not, off it went to the wash. A few sprays of stain pre-treater (deft of course, what kind of monster do you think I am) and in it went hoping apon hope that it would come out in one piece through both the wash and dry step.

I waited with bated breath (and a still pounding head) until my washer sang the song of its people saying its job was done. It was unscathed!

Feeling quite lucky and wanting that blanket back on the bed so my precious little one would finally shut his trap about his dang blanket I decided to push my luck and tossed it in the dryer. (the blanket not to baby..work with me people)

20 minutes later the baby was still alive and was feeling grieved enough to begin to suffer signs of long term clinical depression but at least my torodol was finally taking the edge off my migraine. Just like that the buzzer sounds and the baby makes it to the dryer before I do (the one tome I didnt lock the laundry door), rips open the dryer door, grabs his prize and all I saw was a flash of white fabric run into his room.

blessing upon blessing it was unscathed and he was already settling in under his warm and clean blanky for a nap.

I managed not to murder the husband, the kid does not appear to have any ptsd and I have a yeti for the glass of whine I now need



Tadpoles Toddler Comforter, Box Pattern/White Review:


We got this as my 2.5 year olds 1st "big boy blanket". since my husband and I have a plain white duvet on our bed we figured he would take to it easier. The first day we put it on his bed he got right under it and stayed there nearly all day evem wanting us to bring his food to him in bed. (ummmm nah brah... thats pushing the mommy servent thing a little to far. Its bad enough I still have to wipe your butt because you have no interest in the potty)

Well, mommy might not let him have food in bed but that didnt stop daddy and before a few days were out there was all sorts of sticky colorful crap all over it. Thanks daddy, especially for his broken baby heart when I removed it from his bed to try to get it clean and my migraine that started right after his intense vocalizations of protest.

migraine or not, off it went to the wash. A few sprays of stain pre-treater (deft of course, what kind of monster do you think I am) and in it went hoping apon hope that it would come out in one piece through both the wash and dry step.

I waited with bated breath (and a still pounding head) until my washer sang the song of its people saying its job was done. It was unscathed!

Feeling quite lucky and wanting that blanket back on the bed so my precious little one would finally shut his trap about his dang blanket I decided to push my luck and tossed it in the dryer. (the blanket not to baby..work with me people)

20 minutes later the baby was still alive and was feeling grieved enough to begin to suffer signs of long term clinical depression but at least my torodol was finally taking the edge off my migraine. Just like that the buzzer sounds and the baby makes it to the dryer before I do (the one tome I didnt lock the laundry door), rips open the dryer door, grabs his prize and all I saw was a flash of white fabric run into his room.

blessing upon blessing it was unscathed and he was already settling in under his warm and clean blanky for a nap.

I managed not to murder the husband, the kid does not appear to have any ptsd and I have a yeti for the glass of whine I now need



Wildkin Kids 100% Cotton Toddler Beddingfor Boys and Girls, Includes One Toddler Comforter Designed to Fit a Standard Crib Mattress, Pattern Coordinates with Our Sheet Sets and Pillow Cases Review:


It is super cute! but it sucks that it only comes with the quilt. No type of sheets or pillow cases come in it. Someone had wrote on here that it did come with sheets and that is why I had bought it. But it is ONLY the quilt.



Wildkin Lightweight Toddler Comforter, 100% Cotton Toddler Comforter with Soft Flannel Lining and Embroidered Details, Coordinates with Other Room Décor, Olive Kids Design – Endangered Animals Review:


One word, Adorable. Ok a few more, blanket is really nice and will work well through fall in the northeast. Quality is very nice, I bought the wall decals, it all looks so cute my grandson is going to love it!



Wildkin Lightweight Toddler Comforter, 100% Cotton Toddler Comforter with Soft Flannel Lining and Embroidered Details, Coordinates with Other Room Décor, Olive Kids Design – Fairy Princess Review:


One word, Adorable. Ok a few more, blanket is really nice and will work well through fall in the northeast. Quality is very nice, I bought the wall decals, it all looks so cute my grandson is going to love it!



Wildkin Comforter, Toddler, Game On Review:


One word, Adorable. Ok a few more, blanket is really nice and will work well through fall in the northeast. Quality is very nice, I bought the wall decals, it all looks so cute my grandson is going to love it!