The Baby Bassinet Stand and All You Need When Baby Comes Home from the Hospital

Having a newborn is an exciting yet frightening time for families and you prepare necessary things, the baby bassinet stand and more, and others that you don’t actually need. First time parents usually  get all the things they think the baby might need and fill their rooms full of infant things. Only to find out later on that most of the things they got weren’t really useful.

Yes, there are many things that your little miracle will need as he grows. But for a newborn, there are only some specific things that you should prepare before your tiny bundle comes home.

Going Home

Before the travel home from the hospital, make sure you prepare the things your little one will need for the ride. An infant seat is definitely necessary. Also get baby clothing that is appropriate for the weather and a burp cloth, or gauze pad sterile will do, in case your baby spits up on the way.

Newborn Needs at Home

It is best to have your infant’s needs ready at home before you bring him from the hospital. This way, you won’t have to rush outside and find the essentials when it is already needed. Check out this list.

  • Baby clothing

Babies can be messy, from spit up and diaper leaks, and this requires immediate changing. So, stock up on a week’s worth or more of infant clothes.

  • Newborn toiletries

Keeping the baby fresh and clean will require you to have proper toiletries that are specially made for newborns and are hypoallergenic. Have a digital ear thermometer on hand for temperature monitoring.

  • Crib or bassinet

As recommended by pediatricians, it is better to have your newborn sleep in a crib or bassinet, separate from you and your spouse. You won’t need a special egg mattress for this. Just keep the crib clear and your baby will be safe.

  • Proper nutrition

Whether you formula or breastfeed your baby on demand or following a schedule, it is important to feed often and follow proper hygiene. You can also use Terumo syringe disposable without the needle if you need to be resourceful in feeding.

  • Safe medications for common irritations

Gas and diaper rash are common infant problems. It is better to have safe meds for such cases. Don’t rush to the hospital just yet and have your baby’s blood taken in a capillary tube for these cases. However, do inform your pediatrician.

These things are usually what a normal, healthy infant will need at home. But if your baby has special needs, don’t hesitate to ask your pediatrician what you need to prepare, such as a micropore tape and other supplies.

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