Essentials for new Born BabyThe most important thing for the newborn baby
The Ergobaby 360 was chosen and we are still quite powerful today, with a 9kg 10 monthly Harper. It'?s tough to get the baby in there. Harper almost fell when she went into planks fashion, stressful! When Harper was 2 moths old, we used the pushchair top and then changed to the stroller. One lucky baby for an hour.
Björn bouncers are used every day for camp, angling and windsurfing. Harper just wanted to stand up as a baby girl, so we used the Jolly Jumper to get her up from 3 month. When your baby spends any amount of your life on or near the surface of the ocean, a baby neoprene suit is a must.
The O'Neill Reactor toddler full wetsuit from when Harper was five month old (about 7kg) was used to keep her hot on the sea and on the canoe. I don't have the personal stamina to put on a flabby baby. To have a neonate in winters means we use merchandise, weatherproof and snow suit bodiesies to keep Harper safe and cozy.
Multi-purpose objects earn solid points!
Baby Essentials for newborns
Okay, so not really vital, but every Tilly and Cub one that my folks want for the first moment is at the top of my wish book... So much that I had to get the puppet release just to have one! HIGHCHAIR: My brethren and I had all Stokke trip trapp stools in childhood and they are still great for the grandchildren at my grandparents.
buncy chair: i refer baby bjorn to anyone. With five children we were close to many jumping seats and this one is the best I have ever found. She was rocking them to bed and it was probably the thing that mainly got me to spend hours with five children!
My staircase makes it fit, it collapses so small and easy and lies down for a siesta. TRÄGER: I don't have a particular guy to commend, but after not having one with my first girl, the easiness of getting her in one so you have your hand free for the second and others was such a relieve!
DIAMOND: None of mine actually had a real DIAMOND because they wouldn't really take one, but I really have the feeling that anything that might help soothe a baby (and the parents!) is quite astonishing in my novel and these bibs that just happens to look good. MULTIPLE WALLS: I've always had the extra-large musselinfields like these from Clementine Children and Mama Designs (even though they never got the knack!)... The sizes are brillant and we used them infinitely, from nappies to puscahirs during lunch break to breastfeeding handcloths for the older children on the shore!