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baby and nursery

The necessities: Baby and Nursery

  • Crib or co-sleeper
  • Crib mattress

The nice-to-haves:

  • Changing table
  • Bassinet (though it’s only safe until 3 months or 15 pounds)
  • Rocking chair or glider
  • Humidifier or vaporizer
  • Dresser/chest
  • Hamper
  • Baby monitor (if you have a big house)

What you don’t need: A secondhand crib (get a new one for safety)

Baby Linens

The necessities:

  • 2 fitted crib sheets
  • Baby and Nursery safe
  • Crib bumper that ties on securely (this is controversial — some people worry that they’re a SIDS risk; others say they keep baby from banging into the bars)
  • Several thin cottons receiving blankets
  • 2 waterproof mattress protectors
 

The nice-to-haves:

  • Matching quilt or a crib skirt (they’re only decorative)

What you don’t need: Pillows, sleep positioners, or mattress padding as all pose a SIDS risk

Babyproofing Gear

The necessities (after 4 months):

  • Gates at the top and bottom of all stairs
  • Cabinet latches
  • Drawer Latches
  • Outlet covers
  • Fireplace bumper
  • Furniture anchors

The nice-to-haves:

  • Toilet lock
  • Corner guards for low tables

Formula Feeding Gear

The necessities:

  • 8 or so bottles with newborn nipples (try several brands to find the one your baby prefers)
  • Bottle-cleaning brush or a dishwasher basket
  • Bottle-drying rack
  • Several weeks’ worth of baby formula to start
  • 6 or more cotton bibs
  • 6 or more burp cloths (cloth diapers do the job)
  • Insulated cooler/carrier for outings

The nice-to-haves:

  • Dry formula dispenser
  • Bottle sterilizer

What you don’t need: A bottle warmer (heating in hot water takes the same amount of time) or a bottle proper (unless you have multiples and use it sparingly when you can’t otherwise feed all the babies at once)

Breastfeeding Gear

The necessities:

  • Nursing pillow
  • 2-3 nursing bras
  • 2-3 boxes of nursing pads
  • 6 or more cotton bibs
  • 6 or more burp cloths (cloth diapers do the job)

The nice-to-haves:

  • Breast pump (electric if you’ll use it every day at work, otherwise a hand pump is fine)
  • Breast milk storage bags or containers
  • Several bottles and nipples if someone else will be feeding baby pumped breast milk
  • Nipple cream (for the first few weeks)

Solid-food Feeding Gear

The necessities (not an issue until 4 to 6 months):

  • High chair
  • Plastic bibs
  • Infant feeding spoon infant bowl

The nice-to-haves:

  • Mess mat for under the high chair
  • Baby food mill (if you’re ambitious enough to puree your own baby food)

Diapering Gear

The necessities:

  • 2 packs of newborn diapers to start
  • Wipes
  • Diaper rash ointment
  • The waterproof changing table pad
  • 2-3 changing table pad covers (usually cotton or terry cloth)
  • Diaper pail or trash can with a lid

The nice-to-haves:

  • 4-5 waterproof square or rectangular pads for under baby’s bottom (protecting the cover that’s protecting the pad — you won’t be sorry)
  • Baby cream (if your baby has dry skin)
  • Non-talc powder (to help the diaper area dry faster)

What you don’t need: A wipe warmer or a diaper stacker (though they’re pretty)

Bathing and Grooming Gear

The necessities:

  • 2 hooded towels
  • 4 washcloths
  • Infant tub (for after the umbilical cord falls off)
  • Bath seat or inflatable tub-within-a-tub (for after 6 months)
  • Baby bath wash
  • Baby shampoo
  • Baby comb and brush set
  • Nail scissors/nail clippers/nail file set
  • Cotton swabs
  • Cotton balls

The nice-to-haves:

  • Bath toys
  • Mesh bag to hold bath toys
  • Bath thermometer
  • Faucet guard

What you don’t need: A baby-size robe (it’s hard enough to get baby dressed in her real clothes!)

Baby Clothing

The necessities:

  • 7 or more snap-crotch bodysuits/onesies
  • 3-4 T-shirts and/or side-snap shirts
  • Several snap-up rompers
  • Several shirt-and-pant sets
  • 7 pairs of pajamas and/or sleeping gowns
  • Sun hat
  • Cold-weather hat
  • Cardigan sweater
  • Bunting or snowsuit if it gets cold
  • 6 pairs of booties and/or socks
  • Baby hangers for the closet

The nice-to-haves:

  • A special outfit to bring baby home in and/or show her off
  • Several diaper covers
  • A wearable sleep sack, to use instead of a blanket

What you don’t need: Shoes (until the baby is walking outside, i.e., the toddler years)

We hope this helps. We are Happy you have come to our page for your baby needs.

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