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Baby top products for firstborns Now, thanks to the Vertbaudet staff, we were able to shed some lights on which presents new families find most useful. At 64% who choose this handy squeeze as the most useful when your boyfriends expect their first baby in the next few month, it might be rewarding to invest when you make it a point to be placed solidly in good books. What's more, you'll be able to get the most out of this great squeeze.

51% of their parents chose baby clothes as the most useful present they got after the delivery of their first baby, and practicability was once again high on the agenda. Would you like to buy a beautiful flask of fine wines, a choice of cheeses or a feet massage device for the tired new mothers? They also talked about the most pensive presents they got when they were given for the first time.

Personalized presents are also popular with many mothers. It' nice to see that a parent likes such a mix of things, from the handy pram to the classy baby clothes. The preparation for the first baby can be a huge job, so we are hoping this will help your parent prioritize what they need to buy."

The most useful baby articles, as chosen by the parents: Why do new mum and dad want to go?

Which are the *real* baby essentials you can buy in advance? What can await?

When you' re having a baby, what do you really need? SIGNIFICANT ARTICLE #1: a lifting strap. Putting a neonate in a noose is the safest way to help him get out. Or you can get a softly textured strap with a neonatal tray that allows you to use your newborn's leg like a frog (we like our Manduca) or a weaved or stretchable sleeve (when our little angels were newborns, we lent a Moby stretch sleeve from friends: you just need someone to show you a neonatal front sleeve that you tick and you'll be sorted).

Slings have the benefit of being suitable as a means of transportation, but believe me, they are not only useful for going out. At home it's just about the only way to make sure you have enough free brushing your teeth or making a nice bowl of hot water (and even a glass of tea!).

Most importantly, you need to keep in mind that you don't need this object in the first few week because carrying your baby in a lifting belt next to your own is so much simpler and less stressing (and has the added advantage of keeping him safe from curious neighbors with dubiously neat hands).

Take your sweetheart, look at other people's stroller designs, and when you actually need them, you can order the one that best suits your needs. FEATURAL ARTICLE #2: an inflatable stool. Bouncing boots keep your baby in its normal lying posture and the most important thing is that you can buckle it up safely by purchasing 10 vital baby-free moments at once to get a good dose of water, pee, roast your balls, cry on the telephone to your mother... whatever you need.

It is possible to get seats that sway, oscillate or oscillate automaticly, but these functions are not critical - to be frank, it is not so difficult to place your own baby in his seat when needed. In my wisdom, all these functions are a great wastage, because if your baby is willing to perceive and act out things, they will be too big and designed to be comfortable in a recliner.

During the first few month a baby only needs a minimum of maintenance; it really only needs to be groomed, beloved and kept. Saving your cash, get yourself a simple stool, and you can offer any kind of fun your baby might need. During the first three week she spent the night in her Moses cage, which is convenient because you can take it around with you (the WHO recommends that during the first six month of their lives infants should not sleep alone in one room, as the proximity of their caregivers decreases the chance of SIDS, child death).

This way your baby will hardly cry at night: you don't need to. Perhaps you are someone who would prefer to let your baby stay in a seperate cot from you (WHO and NHS regulations suggest that he still sleeps in your room until he is 6 month old to reduce the risks of SIDS).

A few infants like to cool on the ground, while others almost always have to be born.

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