While you are out and about buying baby gear it is fun, but you are also an easy target for advertisers. Everybody wants their baby to have the best, safest, and cutest items. But babies do not require a whole lot of things, and there are many that need to be avoided.
Those fancy crib sets are so cute but they should be entirely avoided, because they are not safe at all. It is advised to remove all pillows, bumper pads, comforters, stuffed toys, and anything that is soft from the baby's crib. It is a fun pastime to decorate the nursery but make sure that there are no unneeded things in your baby's crib.
While you are out clothes shopping for your baby, be sure that the clothes you buy are going to be comfortable. Remember that there are many high priced uncomfortable baby clothes. Any newborn is more comfortable in clothing that is not tight and has no elastic. Wear only cotton on your baby because it is soft to the touch unlike any synthetic material that you can find.
In my opinion a changing table and a wipes warmer are wasted money. When I changed my children when they were babies I found it a lot easier to do it on the floor with them laying on a blanket. It is also safer for when the baby starts to roll. Wipes warmers dry out the wipes and you also have to bring your baby to where it is.
It has been stated by physical therapists and by paediatricians to avoid the use of a baby walker. You will feel that it is good for your baby but the use of a walker will stop the natural development of your baby and they are also connected to many injuries every year.
Another thing that is not needed for your baby is special baby laundry soap. The only difference between your laundry soap and baby laundry soap is fragrance. If there is a reaction then try using less soap or just hot water.
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