NEW YOYK (OCN) — Sooner or later, you are going to get married and have kids. You can of course cut out the marriage and go straight to having kids but do not skimp on the following.
A warm bath.
Your baby should get a nice warm bath before being tucked away at night. Doing so will let them get use to the idea of bathing so it carries through their adulthood.
A lullaby helps you bond and sooth your baby which gives them an “ear” for music so they can become the next American Idol.
Who doesn’t like a little adventure. Stories will help entertain and when they get old enough to write, they write for places such as Associated Content which can help pay for books to college.
No family wants to experience SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) so to reduce the risk of SIDS and suffocation, place your baby to sleep on his or her back in a crib that meets current safety standards. If you have a sitter, make sure they know this as well.
You can leave off the last “s” for savings but never use a pillow as a mattress for a baby to sleep on or to prop baby’s head or neck to prevent suffocation and injury.
It’s not just a store but a way for your little infants to get strangle to death if their bodies pass through so always check for gaps generated between loose components, broken slats and other parts of the crib so their head and neck does not become entrapped in the space. Remember, never allow a gap larger than two fingers at any point between the sides of the crib and the mattress.
Once per day, check for Recalls and Product Safety News. It will let you know if anything will affect your child.