Monday, February 21, 2011

new baby planning : advice for new family

new baby planning
Parenting does not lack a great responsibility, perhaps the biggest responsibility you will ever have in your entire life. This is why planning for a new baby is very important to get a good start to live together with your baby.

There are several important points to look through consists in the check register, and you have to go through each one at a time and make sure that you've set everything the right way.

* Did you set baby nursery room? It should have things like baskets, changing pad, baby toys, baby beds and many other useful things. Also, the walls should be painted with bright colors and fun for baby to enjoy their time in the nursery while growing up.
* Are you going to breastfeed or you are going directly into the milk bottle?
* Do you know enough about SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) and can you do all your power to avoid this happening? For example did you know that babies be put to sleep on their backs as opposed to the side or stomach? This greatly reduces the danger of SIDS occurs.
* Are you a primary caregiver or spouse? Who will be home most for the first few months and that was the main breadwinner in the family to continue earning a lot more money to support you all?
* If you are a smoker, do you think that it was time to quit? You can practice from now on to smoking one cigarette every day until you actually surrender. One way of SIDS can happen is through second hand smoke.
* Do you begin to modify your home should be completely baby safe? As the child grows it will begin to crawl, move, eat everything in sight, touch everything that can be touched, so there are some things that need to be changed (such as using a wall socket safe baby, put the things that can cause harm to children young children from their reach, etc.).

These are just some things you need to consider when you're planning for a new baby. You should begin well in advance to prepare the nursery and your home, along with changes in your mental condition to allow a new child to be part of your family.