Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Baby's Safety Devices

Having a new baby is a very grand thing. But as a parent, you have to always aware of your baby's safety. Because they tend to over worry, many parents find it difficult to leave their baby alone in their room while they are doing some house chores or even to go to bed.
In order to have some peace of mind, it is important for parents to use baby and kids safety products. Here are some baby’s safety devices that you can buy for your child.

Baby Cribs:

Baby cribs are not only designed to complement your baby nursery's decor it also provides a safe, cozy place for your baby to sleep.
 A safe baby crib must have a firm and fitted mattress, no missing or broken slats, and no sharp edges on all corners. Also, it is advised for parents to settle for the stationary side baby cribs rather than drop-gate cribs, because the later could present some serious baby safety issues.

Baby safety gates:

Baby safety gates are one of the important safety products that are required as soon as the baby starts crawling or walking. It sets a safe area for your baby to move. In order to buy a safety gate for your baby, you have to make sure that there are no hazardous gaps or openings, narrower slat spacing, finger and toe holds, and top edge protrusions.


Never give your baby aspirin, as it can cause Reye's syndrome, a rare liver and brain disease that can be fatal. Always remember, baby safety products are no substitute for your eyes and ears.

Friday, November 17, 2017

How To Bathe Your Newborn Baby

Bathing a baby at bedtime can relax the baby and help lead to sleep. It is a wonderful time for you to connect with your baby. In this article; I want to share the basic tips on how to bathe your baby.

First of all, you need to know that newborns only need two or three times bath in a week. Bathing your baby daily can cause their new skin to dry out.

1. Get everything you need ready before you start the bath, so you do not have to leave your baby. These are what you need: a clean washcloth, baby soap, baby shampoo, towels, and a bathtub filled with warm water.

2. Be sure the room is warm enough. You can use your elbow or a bath thermometer to test the water. It should be comfortably warm, not too hot, or too cold. Do not add soap to the water, since it can dry the baby skin.

3. Now carefully bring the baby to the bath place. Lower your baby up to the chest into the tub slowly.

4. Take the baby clothes off.

4. Wash the baby face with water only. Gently wipe the baby all over. Wash the arms, legs, back, and neck with soap and water. To wash the diaper area for the girls, wash front to back.

5. Wet the baby head to wash the hair and scalp. Add soap or baby shampoo to the washcloth, apply it to the head. You can do this only once or twice a week.

6. Rinse the washcloth and rinse the baby off. Start with the face, and do the diaper area last. Place the baby in the bathtub. Wrap her in a towel, and pat her dry. Put a clean diaper. Make sure to completely dry the diaper area before putting on a diaper. Dress the baby. Brush her hair.

Some important advice you need to know.

1. If this is your first time to bathe your baby, it is better to ask your husband or a partner to secure the process of bathing.

2. Never leave your baby alone in the water for any amount of time, even for few seconds. This short time is when accidents happen. If you have to answer the phone or doorbell, wrap the baby in a towel and take her with you.

3. While bathing your baby try to talk with your baby, and build interaction. Your baby will enjoy the bath time if you enjoy it too.

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Baby's Safety Devices

Having a new baby is a very grand thing. But as a parent, you have to always aware of your baby's safety. Because they tend to o...