Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Newborn, new baby, new tasks?


Having newborn is not a simple task that you can just do it without love. And you have new babies at home might think about the many things that a mother or a father needs to take care of a baby, and of course what are the things that you need.. Here are few steps that I would like to share, that will help and guide you through with your newborn

First of all, you’ll need to have clothing and for him or her.And blankets as well. Remember that these clothing and blankets are especially made for a newborn. They need to be comfortable, strong and washable. Do not waste your time and money on expensive clothing that he or she is going to throw up or have diaper leak. Remember that your baby’s needs are safety; comfort and you have to provide that.

You are also going to need diapers for your newborn. Remember that your baby is going to grow and she or he is going to need diapers. You have to keep her weight and her size in mind when you are picking out diapers and do not by too many at one time. If you go with cloth diapers or disposable ones, remember that you should have plenty at all times because you are going to need them and be prepared for the baby to grow very fast.

feeding bottles are also necessary even if you are breastfeeding for your baby. These should be for a newborn and should be the right size for him or her. There are many different brands and they will each have their own philosophies on what is better for the baby. You should do your research when it comes to your conclusions about what is going to be best for your baby when it comes to bottles. You may also want to have some pacifiers on hand because they can be helpful when nothing else will help.

Always remember that your newborn is going to need plenty of cognitive stimulation. Remember that it is important have brightly colored rattles and other thins so that your baby’s brain can develop as best as it can and so that you are able to help with cognitive development of your baby. Keep dangerous items behind locked doors out of the baby’s reach and have enough supplies so that you will only need to make short trips to the store.

7 comments:

  1. Great tips. I have a newborn but he is my fourth child so taking care of a new baby is second nature to me.

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  2. Wow Cascia, Congratulations on your fourth baby! I just had my 2nd baby Last year. More to go!

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  3. A baby comes to you with nothing and as you start fulfilling the needs physical and mental you bond so beautifully with it that it becomes an experience of a lifetime.

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  4. What a beautiful photo. New Mums cannot have too much information about their new babies. I am discussing newborns on my blog too!
    I have linked to this post

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  5. @health advocate, yes, having newborn is an unforgettable experience, @ sue thanks for linking and dropping by!

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    Information about health

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