Those who have newborn children know that leaving the house with the baby is an arduous task, as you have to take a little bit of everything so that the walk is smooth and pleasant.
This is essential so that you can enjoy moments with the little ones without having any kind of unforeseen.
See a list of 10 items every mom or dad needs to have – and take on trips – and pack your bag in advance. Surely knowing this will help (a lot!) the next time you go for a walk with the baby.
It seems obvious, but it doesn’t hurt to check your bag for diapers. It can happen that, in an emergency, you need to change the baby and only then notice that the diapers are out.
Babies get cranky when they’re hungry, and once he’s past the breastfeeding stage and has been introduced to food, having a few snacks on hand will help stave off the irritation and pain that can arise.
3. Wet wipes
There are a thousand and one uses. They can clean dirty hands, kill germs from tables and carts, and even wipe their noses.
4. Diaper rash ointment
You never know when a diaper rash will appear. Having these ointments is good for times when you need to take care of any irritation on your baby’s skin.
5. Extra clothes
It’s not just diapers that can get dirty. The baby may drool, vomit, something may spill. It is common for clothes to get dirty and it is important to have other options to change. Also bring an extra shirt for you, you may need it.
The temperature may seem good, but the wind can always come. Keep a small blanket in your baby’s bag to protect him from the cold.
Many babies have their favorite toys, which even help calm them down. Carrying and offering this item can make the trip much more pleasant for everyone.
8. Alcohol gel
You prefer to wash your hands after a diaper change, but sometimes that’s not possible. Keeping a bottle of hand sanitizer will give you peace of mind when there is no sink nearby.
9. Towel or bib
Sometimes the baby ends up vomiting after feeding or eating. Having a washcloth helps to resolve these little incidents, which are very common.
10. Plastic bags
Got a dirty diaper and don’t know where to put it? Use a plastic bag! Baby’s clothes are dirty and you need to take them home but don’t want to contaminate the whole car? Plastic bag! You will need them many times.
A tip is to have a bag or backpack for the exclusive use of baby’s things. So, just prepare everything in advance, putting each of these items, and do the tours quietly.
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