List of Baby Stuff needed for NewbornA list of baby articles needed for newborns
That much blood stuff is needed for a baby? You really need all this? There' been an explosives of baby utensils in the last 15-20 years. Baby markets are a multi-billion-Dollar industry! As more " things " we believe we need for our baby, the less we believe in our own institutions and depend on " us " to give our baby what it needs.
West - again one or two of them, newborns or 0-3, depend on whether you give life to a larger or smaller baby, maybe long, maybe plump, you won't know it until they appear. Small infants often don't like lying down in a big pram, and all the dance travelling devices sing these flashes and take up a lot of space!
Monitors - You don't need that, especially at the beginning, your baby will be with you for at least the first few weeks and month. If the baby moved into his own room, I would still be arguing the need for a screen. Space thermometers - you know when you go into a room, if it's hot enough...the more devices and bit you have that "tell" you, the less you rely on your instinct...my view that you don't need one of them...the same goes for bathroom thermometers, put your hands in, that will tell you if the bathroom is hot enough!
Babybad - Mmmm good not at first sight, a baby does not need a baby bathroom in the first few week, unless you really felt the need. No, you don't need detergents, tonics, shampoos, tonics and water, especially not at the beginning. Marketing specialists will tell you that washing baths with volcanic extracts or massages will help your baby slumber, your scent will help your baby slumber...read the ingredient list in many of these items, even the more natural-looking ones have a whole bunch of stuff in them...My 4-year-old has never had bar ley put on his scalp and may have been washing his head at maximum once a month, and we didn't clean his scalp until he was well over 2 years old.
Doorman or chair - Some infants prefer swing seats so that they can be good, but again I wouldn't buy them until the baby is here, some forms and style won't fit all infants... Bell pouches work well at first. Good childbirth prep in pregnancy, then breast-feeding and postsnatal assistance when the baby is here, or just saving money.