Newbee: Baby essentials

Make sure your baby has all the essentials you need when you read this article here at Newbee. Find out everything you need to know now! The top baby essentials are the following:

1. A changing mat A cool, wet washcloth A copy of “Soothing Sounds” (List #

2. A copy of “Hokey Pokey” (List #

3. An extra set of clean diapers A flashlight A hand towel A heating pad (or cold pack) A plastic baggie (for collecting and disposing of spit-up) A plastic spoon (for feeding time) A pureed food or formula A rubber band Something soft and cuddly to snuggle with (List #

4. Something soft and cuddly to snuggle with (List #

5. A shirt with a collar A small camera (to take at least one photo of the little guy each day) A sketch pad (to practice his art) A sleep timer (on your clock radio) Some warm socks (he’ll get cold if he’s not wrapped up in something warm) A thermometer (to check his temperature when he’s sick) Tape recorder (to capture his first words and the sound of his voice) A toothbrush A warm bath A candle (to help him fall asleep) Something fuzzy and cozy to wear while you’re reading this article (List #

6. Something fuzzy and cozy to wear while you’re reading this article (List #

7. An armful of fresh, crisp white paper and an empty,

1. Sleeping Bag, Sleeping Bag Liner, Hat, Gloves, Scarf, Drinking Bottle, First Aid Kit, Matches, Magnesium Sulfate, Plastic Spoon, Cotton Balls, Tooth Brush, and Tooth Paste. It’s a good idea to keep these items in your car for when you’re on the go. All of this will set you back about $

2.00 or so. Not bad, eh? Alrighty then, now that you have all these essential items, it’s time for us to start putting them to work. Let’s begin with the sleeping bag. This is something else I got from Wal-Mart for about $

3. What I do is put a layer of plastic grocery bags between the outside layer of the sleeping bag and the inside layer of the sleeping bag. The reason I do this is to prevent my baby (or, in this case, “my baby” since it’s for Eric) from getting too hot or cold. If you don’t do this, your baby will get either too hot or too cold and could very easily die of heat exhaustion or hypothermia. But wait! We’re not finished yet. Nope. Now it’s time for us to invest in some insulation.

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