After The Twelve Week Mark.
Many women prefer to wait until they are out of the first trimester to start buying for their baby, especially if they are superstitious.
When should you set up the nursery?
By 36 weeks have it all complete. Just in case baby decides to arrive a little early and before you may be too uncomfortable, you want to try to have the nursery fully ready to go by the time you are 36 weeks pregnant.
Is it OK to run a fan in a baby room?
Babies who sleep in rooms with a fan have a dramatically lower risk for sudden infant death syndrome, a new study shows. The study, published today in The Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, found that simply having a fan in the room lowered a baby’s risk of SIDS by 72 percent.
Are rocking chairs necessary for nursery?
While a soft and cozy nursery chair is a must, there is such a thing as too comfortable. A good breastfeeding chair should offer enough support to allow you to stand up easily after nursing without disturbing your little dreamer.
When can baby have a bath?
In the beginning, a sponge bath with a warm, damp washcloth is all your newborn needs. Before giving your baby her first tub bath, wait until her umbilical cord falls off, which usually happens ten to 14 days after birth. When your baby is ready to go in the tub, it’s fine to use just water.
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