Help your tiny Starfleet cadet get a head start on their Star Trek fandom by decorating their nursery Star Trek-style. From an Enterprise nightlight to a Geordi lovey to Starfleet Academy wall decals, there are plenty of options to choose from when customizing your Star Trek nursery.
To keep your tiny cadet safe once they’ve mastered standing, use wall decals like this one above the crib versus framed wall art.
This Enterprise lamp would make an excellent nightlight.
Put this sheep-tastic rug in front of your tiny cadet’s crib. It’s also the perfect spot to take those monthly birthday pictures for social media.
These starry crib sheets will help foster dreams of space travel.
Mesh crib liners help keep legs from becoming stuck between crib rails, and this starry liner is the perfect choice for a Star Trek-themed nursery.
To keep your tiny cadet entertained until sleep comes, hang this musical, galaxy mobile on their crib.
Swaddling blankets are essentials, and these Future Starship Captain blankets are adorable.
Every rocking chair needs a blanket for the grownups to use when their tiny cadet needs a late-night feeding or snuggle. Check out this on-point Discovery throw, and if you don’t like this one, the Star Trek store has plenty of other cozy blanket options.
These starry blackout curtains will help you and your tiny cadet get some sleep.
Put your tiny cadet’s books in this space-inspired wooden bookshelf.
Make sure to stock that bookshelf with plenty of Star Trek children’s books and children’s books about space. For babies, board books are ideal. My tiny cadet particularly enjoyed chewing on Star Trek Book of Opposites by David Borgenicht.
Their first lovey can be one of these adorable Star Trek Itty Bittys, like this one of Geordi.
Tucked away in the dresser, you’ll need several Star Trek bodysuits.
Baby bibs are another essential, and these commander bibs are sure to keep spit-up and baby food off their uniform.
Pack diapers and bottles in this stylish Star Trek duffel bag.
Margaret Kingsbury (she/her) writes about children's books at Baby Librarians, a website she co-founded, and is a contributing writer at Book Riot, where she raves about SFF books she loves. You can find her on Twitter @areaderlymom and on Instagram @babylibrarians.