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New Baby Preparation
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New Baby Preparation
These are newborn baby items needed in the home from the time a baby is first brought home from the hospital until they are sitting up.
This new baby checklist includes items that are basic necessities and are difficult to substitute. Some items are not included (such as changing table and bouncy seat) because they pose a safety hazard or are not at useful as one might think.
Attach to child's clothing with ribbon and snap.
Babies naturally need to suck. They can use their thumb, but a pacifier is easier to wean them off of later, if necessary.
T-shirts that snap at the bottom (such as a Onesies)
socks with elastic cuff
shirts that open in front
pants with elastic-waist
Fold-and-go baby bed
To save money, consider using a folding baby crib instead of a standard baby crib. The fold-and-go baby bed may also be a safer alternative because it is closer to the floor and has mesh sides instead of wooden bars.
Stroller that converts to a bed
first aid kit
Coleman Base Camp First Aid Kit
for child's room
ipecac (in case the child swallows a non-acidic chemical)
nasal suction bulb
teeth numbing medicine
finger nail clippers for baby
Sunscreen for babies
Bibs (with elastic or Velcro at neck)
Easy-to-fill baby bottles
Toys (very few are needed in the first months)
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