Newly born babies are very sensitive so it is important to take care of them. After the birth of a child, they need special care because they have very soft skin and because of this they are more prone to infections. In such a situation, you need to take care of their every little thing from their diapers to clothes. Therefore, before bringing your child home, you need to take care of many things so that they are safe and they do not feel any inconvenience. (Also read: What Is Gripe Water For Babies And How Does It Work)
Let’s know what things are important to take care of before the child comes home.
Newly born babies’ diapers need special care. Place their diapers in waterproof and microfiber bag so that they are safe and bacteria or germs cannot reach them. It is very important for the children to have a clean diaper to avoid any type of infection.
Check the laundry
Make sure you check the laundry before bringing your immediate child home. Try to have some extra clothes, towels, bed cover or diapers. These closes should be available in urgent time as the wet or dirty clothes cause infections in infants. (Also read: Why do baby cry right after the birth)
It is necessary for women to have a nursing pillow for breastfeeding. The nursing pillow keeps your child in the right position during breastfeeding and they do not feel any inconvenience. During breastfeeding, keep your nursing pillow below your child so that he/she feels comfortable.
Keep the extra bottle of milk
Always keep the bottle of extra milk for the child, and keep in mind that the hole in the nipple of the bottle should not be too small or big, otherwise your child may face difficulty drinking milk. Also, always wash your baby’s bottle with hot water, so that the bacteria and germs are destroyed.
Diaper cream is also very essential so that the skin does not have rashes on the skin. Before using the cream, be sure that the cream does not contain petroleum jelly or else it may cause problems like irritation and itching in your baby’s skin. (Also read: Why is it important for the baby to take a burp)