When your baby starts eating solid foods, he will need plates and utensils. When choosing these products, consider prioritizing natural materials, such as stainless steel, silicone, plant-based materials like corn, and plastics that are considered safe.
You can easily create a home environment filled with healthful items that promote whole living for your child. This section provides information about products you need for your baby at various stages, and how to navigate safety concerns around the materials and ingredients in those products.
When you have the right tools, it is simple and economical to make your own baby food. You can easily make healthy and satisfying purees. It is helpful to consider the materials used in your food preparation items.
Soft cotton bibs, wipes, and burp pads absorb your baby’s spit-up and drool. When he begins eating solid foods, his mess increases, along with the need for waterproof material that wipes clean easily.
When bottle-feeding, you will need to decide which type of bottle to use. You may have to experiment with different bottles and nipple shapes before you find one that works for your baby. If your baby is not feeding well from one bottle, switch them until you find a successful combination.
Nursing requires less equipment and less money than bottle-feeding, but a few items can be helpful for nursing mothers, including a breast pump, nursing bras, and nipple creams.
There are many factors to consider when deciding how to diaper your baby: convenience, time, environmental impact, comfort, and money.
Here is a list of the skin care and grooming gear that you will need for your baby, and some ideas to consider as you make these purchases.
Information on various plastics, including what products they are usually in, and considerations about using them.
A safe environment in which your baby can move and play freely promotes physical development. By staying one step ahead of her with preventive measures, you can minimize potential dangers.