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Taking care of yourself during your baby’s first months; Newborn basics. They call that first baby the “practice baby” for a reason – new parents usually learn as they go. While you can’t prepare for everything (just wait for your first public blowout), getting a few basics under your belt can be a tremendous help. Get a bassinet, a combination changing table-dresser for clothes, two sets of bed linens, and a baby bathtub.
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If you are using disposable diapers: Two boxes of newborn-size diapers (it’s better not to buy too many in advance in case your baby is large or grows quickly) Changing pad. Baby ointment or other barrier cream to prevent rash. Disposable wipes or a couple dozen washcloths for cleaning baby. In case your baby gets sick or hurt, these first aid basics are good to have ready: Digital thermometer (rectal or under the arm). “An ear or forehead thermometer isn’t accurate on.
You can be a big help by getting the house and car ready for baby. Set up the nursery. Baby proof the house. Cook some meals and stock up the freezer.
Make it a point to spend one-on-one time with him now and plan to continue to do that once the baby comes, too. Make arrangements with a sitter or family member so he can stay in his own bed when you go into labor. And, when the baby is born, ask friends and family who’ll bring gifts to bring one for baby no.
1, too. There are a ton of to-dos when prepping for baby’s arrival, and shopping for all the baby essentials is not least among them. From setting up the nursery to gathering the gear for sleeping, eating and diapering, it’s easy to keep busy buying baby must-haves.
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