What I need for my Newborn

All I need for my newborn baby

What exactly should you expect when you start breastfeeding your newborn? Browse our guide to the frequency and duration of breastfeeding in the first week. When your baby falls into one of the risk categories, the midwife who takes care of your baby will test it.

How to bathe your newborn, how to give your infant a good time.

Bathing every day is an important part of your baby's time: it not only keeps him healthy, but also promotes his sensorial growth. Here are some useful information to help you learn how to bathe your child without harming his sensitive and unripe skins. Here are some hints to help you relax and unwind when you take a nap in your baby's bathroom.

Refill the tub with 37°C (98-99°F) alkaline solution and use the tub temperature gauge as a reference. Take your newborn off and wash his ass. Keep your infant for the first few month by placing one under your shoulder and one under your bottom. You can use a bathing chair from the ages of four or five month if you wish.

When it seems hard to bathe your newborn in warm showers while you are keeping it, bathe it in washing liquid with detergent on the nursing tray and then flush it in warm showers. Never let your child alone in the bath, no age difference, not even for a few seconds and there is only a small amount of it.

Add a few droplets of swim oils to the bathroom. Rinsing is not necessary. Keep in mind that the lubricating fluid can make the bathroom slippery. Do not use soap-free hygienic ingredients designed specifically for your baby's sensitive skins. When your infant has dehydrated skins, select a hydrating formula rich in protecting and nurturing moisturisers (e.g. Cold Cream products).

Wipe your baby's skin and coat every two to three nights with a suitable product that does not irritate his eye. In order to flush his coat, use a jar, his toys jug, the spray nozzle or just the sink - depending on what is most comfortable. Rapidly swaddle your child in a cotton cloth and then carefully wipe him off without wiping.

Watch especially for his buttocks and wrinkles (thighs, underarms, throat, legs, etc.). Moisten his complexion by rubbing his whole bod with a cold cream or cold cream-based cream if he has dehydrated complexion. When you have enough free space, you should give the infant a longer lasting treatment, something that will please you and the infant!

In order to make your baby's epidermis soft and scented, you can apply a little bit of D.O. to your coat and belly.

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