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 You’ve done it. You’re kid’s finally not scared of the tub, gets the time of his life during a bath, splashing water on himself and on you, and sees bath time as a great opportunity to play, wander and explore.

However, your job as a parent regarding bath time does not end in making it a fun time for your kid. More importantly, it is also your responsibility to ensure his safety during baths.

Safety Tip 1: Be prepared. Everything should be ready. His towel, soap, shampoo, bath toys, tub, washcloth, bath seat, and all his bathing necessities should be prepared and should be within hand’s reach even before you settle your kid in his tub. If in case you forget something, don’t leave a baby in the tub alone. Instead, bundle him up in a towel and take him with you.

Safety Tip 2: Choose a safe place for bathing. The sink and the bathroom are ideal places for the baby to take his tubby time. Be sure you place his tub on top of something sturdy so it won’t topple over. It’s also a good idea to place a rubber mat underneath the tub to prevent it from slipping. Aside from that, the place you choose to bathe a baby must not have any dangerous items within the baby’s reach such as razors, powder, or breakable glass items.

Safety Tip 3: Test waters first before dipping your baby. Hot water may scald your baby while cold water may terrify him. Before letting your baby take the bath, test the water with your elbow to make sure it’s just the right temperature. To be doubly sure, test it with a bath thermometer to see if it’s 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

Safety Tip 4: Never leave your baby unattended even for a second. It can only take as fast as a blink of an eye for the baby to slip or fall off or for an unfortunate accident to happen. When the phone or doorbell rings, or the pot you’re cooking starts to smell like it’s burning, never dare to leave your child on the tub and risk his safety just to answer the phone or the door or to rescue your pot roast. Needless to say, your child’s life is more important.

Safety Tip 5: Be focused. Don’t let the television airing your favorite soap or a chattering neighbor distract you while you give your kid a bath. Always keep in mind that it’s in your hands to keep your baby safe at all times. Being distracted may cause you to accidentally put shampoo on his eyes or worse not be able to hold him properly. Babies are slippery when wet and it entails a lot of effort and focused attention to ensure that your baby does not slip out of your hands and is not harmed during a bath.

One of your main responsibilities as a parent is to provide a safe environment for your kid and to ensure that he is free from anything that may hurt and harm him. Keeping him safe at all times including during bath time is one of the things you should always keep in mind.

for more information click Safety During Baby’s Bath.




Buying toys for your baby is about more than just what will entertain them. You have to make sure that you buy toys for your baby that are safe. There are a lot of toys out there that are unsafe for babies. This article will explore some of the things you need to look for when buying baby toys.

Balloons are a definite no. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) warns parents and guardians of young children about the suffocation hazard presented by uninflated toy balloons and pieces of broken balloons. 

Of all children's products, balloons are the leading cause of suffocation death, according to CPSC injury data. Since 1973, more than 110 children have died as a result of suffocation involving uninflated balloons or pieces of balloons. Most of the victims were under six years of age, but the CPSC does know of several older children who have suffocated on balloons. 

"Toy Basketball Nets" (11 million) can strangle children on loops or openings in nets that come unhooked from the rim or have knots that slide. CPSC is aware of more than 20 reports of children under 5 years old whose head or neck caught in the net of a toy basketball set, and an 18-month-old child died after becoming entangled in a partly unhooked net. People should remove and throw away nets that can unhook or have knots that slide. Call the manufacturer to get new nets that securely attach to the rim and do not have sliding knots.

"Swimming Pool Dive Sticks" (19 million) can cause rectal or vaginal impalement if children fall or land on the dive stick. CPSC knows of nine impalement injuries and three non-impalement injuries to children 5 to 11 years old. People should stop using the hard plastic dive sticks and throw them out. Depending on the dive sticks owned, consumers can receive a refund, replacement, or repair. 

"Flammable Spray String" (1 million) can cause burn injuries if sprayed around flame sources such as birthday candles. CPSC is aware of three reports of burns resulting from the use of flammable spray string. Flammable products intended for use by children are banned by federal law. Return the flammable spray string to the retailer for a refund. 

"Star Wars Lightsabers" (618,000) without a battery protector could have a dislodged spring in the battery compartment, causing the batteries to overheat or rupture. CPSC and the company know of 38 reports of Lightsaber batteries overheating, including 6 reports of batteries rupturing, 3 reports of minor burns to consumers, and 1 report of eye irritation. Lightsabers currently being sold with the sticker "Now with battery protector" are not part of this recall. 

"Blue's Clues Toy Notebooks" (3.8 million) that are recalled have red plastic coils with flexible plastic end caps covering sharply bent coil ends. The bent coil ends can break off, presenting small parts choking hazard to children. CPSC is aware of four incidents where the end piece of the coil broke off. Blue's Clues Toy Notebooks currently being sold with "Version 2" on the back cover or lower edge of the packaging are not part of this recall. 

"Precious Moments Tender Tails Stuffed Toys" (472,000) have pompoms that can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. CPSC is aware of three reports of pompoms detaching. People should cut off the pompoms and return them to Enesco to receive a different, free Tender Tails toy. 

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Council, more than 120,000 children were treated in hospital emergency rooms for toy-related injuries during 1998. To prevent eye injuries, the Academy offers these tips for choosing safe toys: 

Tips on buying baby toys that are safe;

Select only toys and gifts that are appropriate for the child's age and maturity level. 

Avoid toys with sharp, protruding, or projectile parts. 

Check labels for American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) approval, to be sure toys meet national safety standards. 

Consider carefully before giving BB, paint or pellet guns, or air-powered rifles as gifts. They are classified as firearms and should not be considered toys. Darts, as well as bows and arrows, can also be dangerous. 

Don't forget that participating in sports such as basketball, baseball, football, and hockey can cause serious eye injuries. If giving sports equipment, make sure to include the appropriate protective headgear such as helmets, facemasks, or goggles with polycarbonate lenses. 

The seriousness of an eye injury may not be immediately obvious. When an injury does occur, it's best to have an ophthalmologist -- an Eye M.D. -- examine the eye as soon as possible. For more information about eye health and safety. 

We hope the Tips on buying Safe Baby Toys gave you plenty of ideas for what to get a baby. There are more tips for buying Safe Baby Toys, Take time to choose the right baby toys and it will be very much appreciated by both parent and baby.

for more information click Baby Toy Safety.




The appearance of your baby's first tooth is a major milestone in her development, and one that will likely see you sharing photographs with family, friends, and anyone else who may happen by! Unfortunately, though, the arrival doesn't always go smoothly - it can be a testing time for both you and your baby, as there will inevitably be some discomfort involved, leading to yet more sleepless nights and grizzled behavior.

There are usually some warning signs that a tooth is on its way, and these can include an increase in salivation or drooling, an intensified tendency for your baby to bite down on toys (or even people!), flushed cheeks and swollen gums, and a general malaise showed through the loss of appetite, difficulty sleeping, and irritability.

Many parents will tell you that teething is often accompanied by other problems such as stomach upsets or colds, although most medical experts say that there is no real connection and that young children are more or less constantly fighting off one bug or another, and so any signs of illness appearing together with teething are probably just coincidences.

Teething generally starts at around 6 months, although as with all things related to babies and kids your own experience may vary. Indeed, very few babies will be born sporting a tooth or two, while some may not see their first tooth emerge until their first birthday or even later. Whenever it starts, your baby will normally have a complete set of teeth by their third birthday, and these milk teeth will last until around the age of six when they will begin to be replaced by adult teeth.

Although some infants sail through the whole teething process with little difficulty, for others it can be a real ordeal. Unfortunately, there's nothing we as parents can do to speed the growth, but there are ways to relieve the discomfort a little.

The most traditional remedy for teething pain is a rubber biting ring, which works with your baby's natural inclination to bite down on things. A soft rubber ring provides a safe outlet for this urge and keeping the ring in the refrigerator when not in use will also provide a cooling sensation.

The teething gel can also be applied to the gums, which can provide comfort, and can be smeared onto a dummy or pacifier if the biting reflex means direct application to the gums is risky for the parent!

Teething powders are also available, which consist of a sachet of crystals which you can pour into your baby's mouth, and seem to prove more effective than gels with some children.

Finally, you may find yourself having to resort to pain relief medication if the problem is severe. Be certain to use a medicine specifically formulated for babies of your child's age, and stick to the recommended dosage. Medicine that also induces drowsiness, such as anti-fever preparations, can also be very useful - especially at bedtime.

Hopefully, your own baby will not have too much difficulty developing a healthy toothy grin, but if you're finding teething is a problem, then remember that it doesn't last forever, and keep counting the teeth as they arrive!

for more information click Your Baby And Teething.




 

Do you want your baby handed to you immediately after the birth or should he be cleaned first? In recent years most babies were wiped down with a towel immediately after birth before mum or dad got a chance to hold them. Nowadays choice is the keyword! It's your decision.

Research shows that the greasy film covering your baby, vernix, is a wonderful source of moisture for your baby's delicate skin. And if you don't wipe it off, it is reabsorbed. So your baby will be less likely to develop dry skin patches. Pre-term babies have much more of this protective layer than full-term babies.

In the womb your baby is submerged in amniotic fluid, so vernix is absolutely necessary for providing waterproof protection. After birth, however, mother nature may need a helping hand!

Returning home can be daunting for new parents. Giving a baby his first bath can be terrifying!

Your baby does not need a special bath although many parents are well tooled up for the new arrival. A clean sink or the big bath will suffice!

Probably the main worry for parents is getting the water temperature correct. After ensuring you have all baby's bits and bobs at hand, such as a changing mat, towel, fresh nappy, vest, and clean clothes, place the baby in a safe place.

Run cold water into the bath first.

Top it up with hot water. Swirl the water around to avoid hot spots.

Dip your elbow into the water to check the temperature. It should be lukewarm. As the skin on your elbow is very sensitive it is a reliable way to test the water.

If you like you can add a little moisturizing, hypoallergenic, baby bubble bath. Swirl it around with your fingers. Young babies do not need bubbles to play with!

Undress and wrap the baby in a warm towel. Holding him over the bath, cup some bath water in your free hand and gently run it over his head. The shampoo is not necessary for very tiny babies as it can irritate their scalp.

Dry the baby's head thoroughly. Babies lose a lot of heat through their heads. Wet heads lose more heat.

Placing baby's neck in the crook of your elbow, and your hand holding the back of one of his legs, gently lower him into the water. (TIP If you are right-handed it is easier to place babies neck in the crook of your left elbow. Holding his left leg with your left hand, wash him with your right hand. The reverse is the case if you are left-handed.)

Some babies hate being bathed but many really enjoy it. He may become so relaxed that he falls asleep!

Cupping some water in your free hand gently trickle it over his body. You do not need to rub or scrub as babies do not get dirty. They just need to be freshened up!

Be careful as he will get very slippery once he is wet!

Only keep baby in the bath for a short time as he will get cold quickly and never leave your baby unattended in the bath for even the shortest space of time.

Lift him out and wrap him up in his warm towel.

Quickly dry him and place a fresh nappy on him before he has any little accidents!

Finally, give him a big cuddle and dress him quickly...

And there you have it - baby's first bath!

for more information click Bathing A Newborn Baby.






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  • BABY BOY, BABY GIRL OR UNISEX COLLECTION | Baby layette set is available in blue, pink, and grey, in a variety of patterns and prints unique to each set. All pieces can be mixed and matched easily.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED | Set includes Bodysuits (4 short-sleeve, 3 long-sleeve), 1 long-sleeve Sleep Sack, 5 hats, 3 pairs of mittens, 3 burp cloths, and 4 Receiving Blankets (30" x 30").

for more info click Newborn Baby Clothes










 

  • 【More Clear Real-Time Images】5” LCD Screen with 720P high-resolution camera, which ensures the high quality of the image with 10 times more detail than ordinary 240P-display baby monitors. Night Vision Sensor makes the dark night still clear.
  • 【No Worries to Miss Any Demands from Your Baby】Two-Way Audio, External Thermostat, Lullabies, Feeding Reminder meets all the needs of your babies.
  • 【360° Monitoring the Baby】Pan the lens 350° and tilt 120° to see floor to ceiling. features 2X zoom to check the details.
  • 【Enhanced Stable Wireless Connection】No Internet involved, never worry about any risk of being hacked. Up to 900ft range-coverage area allows you to watch your little one rest peacefully in real-time wherever you are in your home. And up to 4 cameras can be supported.
  • 【Long Lasting Battery】The rechargeable battery with a large capacity of up to 2400mAh is what we provide in our device, which stands for 5 hours for video and 8 hours for audio-only.

for more information click Video Baby Monitor







Every parent wants the best for the kids. This starts even before the baby comes out from the accessories that will be used to the type of clothing used indoors and outdoors. When he or she reaches the toddler years, some have already started introducing kids to the world of fashion, and designer shoes are on the list. 

This just goes to show it is never too early or late to teach the kid all about the world of fashion. The earlier the parents start, the better the person will grow up in choosing the right outfit that will express one’s personality. 

Since kids don’t know yet what are the latest trends, it is the job of the parents to make this happen. 

The workingman loves to get the shoes all dirty in the mud and one brand that does this well is Timberland. Those who want to get an outfit for father and son can try the Splitrock Boot. 

These shoes will only reach until the ankle of the kid and have a leather upper with a rubber sole. The parents will have to tie the shoes so this can be tightened or loosed depending on the preference of the child. This is available from size 6 to 10 which will work great for the little boy.  

The price of this pair of shoes is $75. The parents can check it out at the nearest department store or buy it online. 

For girls, one great brand that people know very well is Kenzo. Mom and the daughter can go shopping together wearing a pair of Maryjane Flower patch sandals. These are soft to wear with the top made of suede and rubber in the bottom. 

This is only available in the color red and there are sizes for kids from sizes 24 to 35. The little girl can wear this with a beautiful skirt and any plain or colored socks. People will see how trendy and cute the kid is the moment these people enter the store till it is time to leave. 

Kids regardless if one is a boy or girl can be told to wear certain things. Training the children to wear designer shoes to become fashionable and trendy will pay off soon once the individual is able to buy these without any assistance later on and being able to look cool not only in class but also in public places like the beach or the mall. for more products click Shoes for baby.





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