Baby monitors are among the most important purchases you will make when preparing for your new baby. Many new parents are terrified of leaving their newborn alone, even for a minute. With hundreds of stories about SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) running around, this fear is very understandable! This is why baby monitors are so important.
Some models are advanced enough so that you can have quite a wide transmission range. You can be out in the garden and still be able to hear everything that is occurring in the nursery or baby room.
Stock up on batteries but of course not for weather related events. Instead, make sure that all those Baby Monitor s in town are all powered up should you decide to visit a friend who is in the nursery way too far away from your sonic hearing device. Hanging close to a dxr 8 from infant optics seems to be extremely revealing on the soaps. Just remember not to drop a huge secret when you are close to one.
Monitor the weight of your child by using a weighing scale for babies or through regular checkup with your pediatrician. If he/she gains weight steadily then that means he/ she is eating enough.
Take a field trip to the Emergency Room at your local hospital and simply lurk around while checking out your trusty listening device. It’s at least a distraction from watching ‘You Tube’ clips featuring Otalia. You can also practice your baby swapping skills and raid the lab just for kicks if the ER isn’t interesting enough.
This is definitely essential – apart from ensuring your baby’s safety, you’re breaking the law in most places if you don’t have one. Newborns must travel in the back seat of the car, facing the rear. Once baby is older, usually closer to 1 year old, you can place baby in a forward facing car seat. When your child is older again, anywhere from 2 years upwards depending on their size, you can change over to a booster seat.
Getting quality products like highchairs, car seats, baby monitors, baby cribs and other child products can go a long way in the development of a healthy child. Practice shopping for these products and try them out. Be sure to check on return policies. Choose wisely and your family will benefit greatly.