Moms and healthcare experts are divided when it comes to the safety of child activity centers. One side says even the best baby activity center hinders gross motor development. The other says that we need a baby activity center to keep baby occupied on the floor while we get other stuff done.
I cannot take sides because I am likewise guilty of using an exersaucer as a “substitute nanny,” so I am still sharing with you a list of the best.
Before we go about and take our pick at the best baby activity center, let me first give you some words of caution for your child’s safety.
We all want the best for our babies—from the care that we give to the things that our baby needs. Among these things include baby's bath essentials, which primary include the best baby bath tub.
Since bathing a baby could be a real struggle, it is important that we put our precious little one in a tub where we and our kids will feel extra comfort. This will make bath time something to look forward to.
And, oh, don’t forget safety too. Not all babies are born swimmers.
Retailers are magically finding new stock of Hatchimals and then advertise a single day when they will be on sale. Hundreds of people line up for only 20-40 available Hatchimals.
Are you wondering if it is really worth getting up at 6am, grabbing some Starbucks, and camping out in front of a store?
As our babies reach their milestones, we can’t help but take photos or videos of them and show it to our friends via social media or offline.
But have you stopped and thought if we have the right tools as our little ones develop?
In feeding, for example, we cannot use just any adult spoon to feed our babies. No matter how small they are or how much we have sterilized them, adult spoons are for adults.
The more the merrier. This adage is for family size but is the opposite for diaper bags. If you already got two terrible kids to hold and look after, having two or three bags sounds more of a disaster. One diaper bag must hold them all.
Yet is this possible?
In this case, the usual diaper bags won’t do. Let me suggest bigger and better bags to make your babysitting days a little bit more organized and stress-free.
Have you taken a thought about what you are putting on your precious baby’s bottom 24/7? Do you sometimes wish that you were given a piece of advice earlier? In this case, would you mind a recommendation from another parent about something as trivial but as necessary as diapers?
Right now, you are likely receiving lots of child-care advice and bombarded with heaps of information. You might already have a stash of child-care necessities such as baby clothes, co-sleeper, car seat, pacifiers, some cute booties and a big pack of disposable diapers.
Choosing one brand over the other is difficult. Your purchasing decisions must not be a hit and miss. This is especially true when buying high-value items that can make your waking (and sleeping!) time a bit easier such as nursery gliders.
Let me share with you some insights with regards to the how’s and whys of diapering and the perils of using disposable diapers for newborns.