Meeting mother from a hosp.: Tips for Dads


But all this is not enough to buy - you also want to thoroughly equip a newborn (or the apartment where the baby is sleeping.) For example, to collect the bed. To put it in the rightly put: not the battery, not the wood window, not a wood door. It would be lovely to hang around crib night lightness: it's hard to get up at night to a child in the pitch colored, and lots of sunshine do not demand to involve.

And it would be wise to equipment changing table - a put where It is possible to disguise a newborn. And all novokuplennoe clothes for a child would be lovely to throw in a ablution machine and washing with newborn powder.

Pram, scales, various rattles, child monitor, eye sticks, scissors for cutting nails and other necessary (and not so) things It is possible to buy a some later - every day or 2 following arriving home mother with a newborn.

Feast - a mountain!

What last thing I want to do an average woman who has just arrived home from the infirmary? That's rightly, run by grocery stores, and then make for a any hours in advance. So be sure to score a refrigerator items, but certainly tasty and healthy. Hardly a nursing mum will be pleased abundance smoked sausages, egg, mushrooms, and milk. These seemingly harmless fruits and vegetables, same cucumbers, grapes, melons, and watermelons to her now, too, strangely enough, not shown. If mom eat them, it may cause bloating of the child.

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