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The First Pair Of Baby Shoes

NEVER JUDGE A BABY UNTIL YOU’VE WOBBLED A MILE IN HER WEEBOK’S

Any parent will tell you that there is nothing quite like watching as your child takes her first steps. When little Tom or Katie start to teeter around upright for the first time there are a few messages that should flash through your mind in order of importance. Somewhere after “please don’t fall, oh please don’t fall” and “hmmm… the ‘out of baby reach’ shelves need to be a bit higher now” should be “time to g...

NEVER JUDGE A BABY UNTIL YOU’VE WOBBLED A MILE IN HER WEEBOK’S <br> <br>Any parent will tell you that there is nothing quite like watching as your child takes her first steps. When little Tom or Katie start to teeter around upright for the first time there are a few messages that should flash through your mind in order of importance. Somewhere after “please don’t fall, oh please don’t fall” and “hmmm… the ‘out of baby reach’ shelves need to be a bit higher now” should be “time to get the little one some shoes.” And so the hunt for baby shoes begins. <br> <br>WHEN IS IT TIME TO BUY BABY SHOES? <br> <br>Once your baby starts taking those first steps, it is definitely shoe time. While it is perfectly acceptable (and actually quite helpful) to allow a new walker to go barefoot while learning to balance and totter around effectively, there are situations where shoes are a must due to hazardous or unsanitary conditions. A good rule of thumb is “in the house and on the carpet barefoot is ok - on tiled floors and out of doors shoes are the way.” Walking barefoot helps babies learn to use their little feet and toes effectively to balance and “get their sea legs” so to speak, so it’s a good idea to allow them to be sans footwear whenever feasible. On surfaces that may contain hazards, however, shoes are a must. <br> <br>WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A BABY SHOE <br> <br>Baby shoes should be comfortable and flexible so that the child is encouraged to walk in them. Look for shoes that are made of breathable material so the baby’s feet don’t get too hot or sweaty. There’s nothing sadder than a toddler with a case of athlete’s foot that reaches “William Perry” on the severity scale. The soles should offer some traction but not be so thick that the baby can’t feel the floor beneath her feet. Nothing will make your baby take a header more quickly than a pair of shoes with thick, heavy soles. <br> <br>Remember that baby shoes are not the same as those for adults and older children. They should not need to be “broken in” by the child because that simply isn’t going to happen. Baby shoes aren’t worn long enough to be worn out or broken in. When fitting the shoe, make sure that it doesn’t rub the little one’s feet the wrong way and that there’s plenty of room to grow. Now that you’re buying baby shoes you should be prepared to buy them often. Babies grow faster than you may realize and you’ll probably be looking for new baby shoes about once a month. <br> <br>For your baby’s first few pairs of shoes you may want a pair with Velcro fasteners rather than laces. It’s easy for babies to untie shoelaces, which will have you either retying them repeatedly or constantly worrying that little Dave or Carmen is going to trip over a loose shoelace. As the child ages, however, find some point to switch to laces. Just because Velcro shoes are available into adult sizes doesn’t mean you want your son to be unable to tie his shoes until he’s thirty-seven.

 

The Truth About Layettes

Recently, I was at a baby shower for a young friend of mine who is expecting her first child. Most of the attendees were college friends of ours, and almost no one in the room has had a child yet. Needless to say, some of the gifts took some explaining. For many young mothers, some necessities may come as a surprise. In fact many may not know what the phrase "baby layette" means. For those, and for those who just feel like a checklist would make them feel more prepared, here ...

Recently, I was at a baby shower for a young friend of mine who is expecting her first child. Most of the attendees were college friends of ours, and almost no one in the room has had a child yet. Needless to say, some of the gifts took some explaining. For many young mothers, some necessities may come as a surprise. In fact many may not know what the phrase "baby layette" means. For those, and for those who just feel like a checklist would make them feel more prepared, here are the basic things that an expectant mother and father should have waiting for the new bundle of joy.

It is important to have between four and six of all of your baby's basic daily needs. Things like undershirts, sleeping gowns, onesies, footsie pajamas, receiving blankets, hooded towels, socks, washcloths, and daily clothing will be key, since your laundry needs are going to multiply exponentially. You don't want to be caught in the middle of a load of laundry with a baby who has just spit up his or her lunch on her last clean shirt.

A going home outfit is of great importance, since it is the first time a lot of relatives and friends will see your baby. Not only will there be lots of photos, but there is a lot of sentimentality attached to this particular item. Other individual items to have on hand in the new baby's nursery are a crib with adjustable settings that can change to meet the needs of your growing (and ever the more clever) baby. You will, for the baby's bedding need a crib or bassinette with at least two to four crib or bassinette sheets, a crib bumper, and two to three crib blankets. You may want to consider adding a dust ruffle and some waterproof pads for the crib. These are not necessary at first, but you will need them later. A playpen for bringing the new family member along to friend's houses, family gatherings, or even just to the park or in another room of the house is a convenience that is great for keeping just a little bit of me time in those early months.

While with baby clothes, you should stock up on sizes three to six months (in case the baby is larger than the average newborn, or grows rather quickly), you want to have at least one large box of newborn sized diapers on hand when the baby arrives home. You may want to stock up in the event of a sale, but you don't want to buy too many, in case the baby is too large for them.

You also want to keep some other essentials in mind for changing/bathing. Two to three bottles of baby shampoo will get you off to a good start, along with a bottle of baby oil, a bottle of baby lotion, baby powder (corn starch is a great bulk alternative), and one tube of zinc oxide for diaper rash. Even if you are breastfeeding, you want to have 6-12 bottles with nipples and collars (and some extra nipples on hand if you are not breastfeeding). These are the absolute basics. It may seem like a lot, but being prepared with these necessities will make your transition into parenting much easier.

 

Tips On Purchasing Baby Formula

It provides your newborn with the nourishment that he/she needs and help them to develop proper habits that may very well dictate their future health. Baby formula is your baby’s first taste of milk and it’s important to make that first experience a good one. When selecting baby formula, you will want to make sure that it is healthy and made by a well known manufacturer. A company that has been in business for years would be a more reputable source of baby formula than one th...

baby formula

It provides your newborn with the nourishment that he/she needs and help them to develop proper habits that may very well dictate their future health. Baby formula is your baby’s first taste of milk and it’s important to make that first experience a good one. When selecting baby formula, you will want to make sure that it is healthy and made by a well known manufacturer. A company that has been in business for years would be a more reputable source of baby formula than one that isn’t as widely known.

When purchasing baby formula, take special care to inspect the outside packaging. It is important that it not be cracked, broken or leaking in any way. It is also important that, if the baby formula features a removable lid, that the seal not be broken or give the appearance of having been tampered with. If any of these signs are present, you should not only avoid purchasing the food, but you should also alert the manager so that he/she can remove the product from the shelf.

Another important tip to purchasing
baby formula is to check the expiration date on every package prior to purchasing or feeding your baby. Before checking out in the grocery store, make sure the expiration date has not passed. If you tend to stock up on baby formula, always make sure to recheck the expiration date again prior to allowing your child to eat the food. Sometimes, weeks and months can go by quickly and this is why it is so important to make sure that your baby formula is still fresh.

For various reasons, baby formula is often recalled by the manufacturer. It is best to keep updated on these recalls by staying tuned to the local news, reading the newspaper and even checking the manufacturer’s website regularly for any pertinent recall information. If a recall should be issued for your baby formula, simply return it to the store without allowing your child to consume any of the product.

Because baby formula is so important to your child’s development, make sure that you select that which is healthy and for your little one. Feeding instructions vary depending on the child’s age, so you may refer to the packaging guidelines for further preparation instructions and how to save the remaining product for later use. This information will vary depending on the manufacturer, so always refer to the label for further details.




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