With your little one on the way it is important to be prepared and knowledgeable on Baby First AID, CPR, sunscreen and car seat safety.
We all know the basics of CPR and First AID, but do you know the appropriate steps when dealing with your 2 month old baby? While wishing the best for all families, it is absolutely imperative that you are ready and prepared should a situation occur. Parenting.com features several articles on baby first AID and CPR. Make sure you are using the appropriate method for your child’s age group. http://www.parenting.com/article/Baby/Health–Fitness/Infant-CPR-Basics-21354817.
Baby Sunscreen Tips! Babies should always stay out of the sunlight; however, while traveling and taking field trips to the park, pool, beach, etc… It is important to cover your baby in the safest and strongest sunscreen, chemical-free! Sunscreen made with zinc oxide or titanium oxide provides the best coverage, read more at http://www.babycenter.com /
The CARSEAT! Unless you plan on staying home for the first 4 years of your child’s life, you are definitely going to need to learn how to install, move and re-install you baby’s car seat. To get you started Safe Kids has a terrific website to check out concerning car seat safety for all ages http://www.usa.safekids.org/. Also, you can always call your local police station, they should be trained and able to install for you.
One last tip from Hartstrings, baby proof your home! Bringing your baby home is a very special time for every family and also the busiest, which can become very stressful. Prepare your home ahead of time! Remove any possible allergens and sharp objects, cover corners and all sockets… these obstacles won’t all come into effect right away, but your baby will be on the move before you know it. Prepare the house! Check out One Step Ahead Baby http://www.onestepahead.com/
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