You will need a lot of diapers, especially in the early months when your baby will wet through them frequently. Choose a good quality brand that will fit your baby’s size.
Useful for cleaning your baby’s bottom and also for cleaning up any spills. Choose wipes that are unscented and gentle on your baby’s skin.
3. Soothing lotion or cream:
Babies can often get dry skin, so it’s important to have a good quality lotion or cream to keep their skin moisturized.
4. Bottles and nipples:
If you are bottle feeding, you will need bottles and nipples in different sizes as your baby grows. Make sure you sterilize the bottles and nipples before use.
5. Formula or breast milk:
If you are not breastfeeding, you will need to buy formula for your baby. Make sure to read the instructions carefully on how to make up the formula correctly.
6. Baby food:
Babies start eating solid food at around six months old. There are lots of different types of baby food available, so find one that your baby enjoys eating.
Often babies find pacifiers soothing and it can help them to sleep better at night.
8. Teething rings or tablets:
When babies start teething, they can often be quite fussy. Give them something to chew on to help relieve the pain of teething.
Babies need plenty of blankets to keep them warm, as they lose body heat quickly