First Baby Essentials ListThe first baby base list
After all, I really think it's up to us to expand our baby needs list in the UK to include air moisturisers, because anything that could take a little longer between these nights' feeding is a must, right? A few summers ago I was at a fair and came across these popular cold fog-moist Crane.
And the first thing I thought was: God, they are so beautiful, but the second was: "Why are they here? In the UK we don't really see the humidifier as an indispensable baby when we make the first lookouts in the stores, it's not even added to the vast majority of " must-have list ", but in the US it's one of the top things new parent ing should look for along with other important things like a baby carriage etc.
Do you know that your neonate is a so-called obligatory nose respirator? You have to breathe through your nose, and I'm sure a ton of us can say that we fell into a really good sound slumber, woke up and were completely stuck because we were inhaling through our nose all through the night.
That is something your new bunch of happiness will do for the first 4-6 month of her life (do you now see a similarity between all those clogged nose and colds?). By the way, I did a little more of my own research when I got home, and pediatricians are recommending moisturizers all over the globe, not just in the US. So why isn't it being shared with our birth attendants and healthcare professionals?
Moisteners humidify the nose so that our baby can better rest at nights. Yeah, you got that right - sleeping. Good night. They had me asleep! Moisteners humidify the nose so that our baby can better rest at nights. Yeah, you got that right - sleeping.
Good. They had me asleep! And another thing I've found out is that it's important to include this air moisturizer in your list of most important baby items is that it will help keep your baby looking and feeling better (hello scaly hands and legs - we've all seen them right?). The thing I really like about the crane moisturizers (apart from their totally charming design - or their ultra-fashionable drop moisturizers for the slim mom) is that they use the coolest ones, which (1) makes it really safer for the children - no burned finger and (2) can help cure the chest pain syndrome, something a girlfriend of mine has been suffering horribly with her little boy.
After all, I really think it's up to us to expand our baby needs list in the UK to include air moisturisers, because anything that could take a little longer between these nights' feeding is a must, right?