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There are so many things you think you need for histiocytoma dog removal cost a first-time mom and I may have overdone it. I actually got a bit overwhelmed when I had to histiocytoma dog removal cost create a baby registry at target and recruited my younger histiocytoma dog removal cost sister to help out. I mean there are so many different types of products histiocytoma dog removal cost out there that serves various purposes and it doesn’t help when decision making doesn’t come easy for me. However, the honest truth is I was the last sister to histiocytoma dog removal cost have a baby and extremely lucky to receive all the histiocytoma dog removal cost hand me down items. I couldn’t go wrong with that! The money I saved went towards ryan’s diapers and wipes funds.

• baby carrier: I really enjoy using the ergobaby 360 baby carrier. This baby wear has saved my back on numerous occasions. Ryan always enjoyed front facing as he is such a histiocytoma dog removal cost curious baby and wants to see what lies ahead of histiocytoma dog removal cost him in his own little world. You can use this as front or rear facing. I normally put ryan rear facing when he falls asleep histiocytoma dog removal cost or when I’m on the go and have to purposely nurse him. I just loosen up the straps, throw a breast cover over him, and nurse and walk. Desperateness calls for desperate measures.

• breast pump: I have 3 sisters who were mommies before me so histiocytoma dog removal cost I must say I was lucky to get their hand histiocytoma dog removal cost me downs. I was introduced to the medela breast pump and used histiocytoma dog removal cost it for 20 months. I can honestly say this was my saving grace. I was a cow and an overproducer. For moms like myself, you can truly understand the feeling of being engorged. This was specifically designed for daily use and perfect for histiocytoma dog removal cost mommies who have to pump several times a day. I love that I can pump both sides of my histiocytoma dog removal cost breast during one sitting and is the most comfortable and histiocytoma dog removal cost efficient machine. I am a full-time mommy so when I returned back to work, I religiously pumped for 15 minutes a day. With my scope of work, I am always out in the field and sometimes it histiocytoma dog removal cost can be a challenge finding mommy rooms, so I got a car adaptor to allow me to histiocytoma dog removal cost pump in the convenience of my car. I recently decided to stop pumping a few weeks ago histiocytoma dog removal cost (1/29) and a bit sad. I also used the ameda breast pump and was not histiocytoma dog removal cost a fan after using the medela. It was a free pump given to me by kaiser. The suction motion and pressure on the machine was not histiocytoma dog removal cost the most enjoyable but painful. It was also a louder machine than my medela one.

• butt cream: I swear by this using the AD cream on ryan’s tender bottom. He has never had a single diaper rash since birth. I’ve used creams like AD, aquafor and desitin (not a fan of desitin only because it was a histiocytoma dog removal cost really thick cream.) although AD and aquafor are both great products, I do like AD more for a few reasons. Its pediatrician approved, easy to apply, free of dyes, phthalate, parabens and best part, cheaper than aquafor. AD adds a protective barrier to seal out wetness and histiocytoma dog removal cost helps prevent baby diaper rash. It also has this mentholated smell that I like. The 1-pound jar can last you a very long time. This is definitely a smart collection to add to your histiocytoma dog removal cost baby skincare products.

• nail clipper with LED light: clipping your little one’s nails is not the easiest thing to do. It is definitely a new task that every new mommy histiocytoma dog removal cost has to learn. For me, it was the moment when I accidentally nipped ryan’s skin and made his little bitty finger bleed. I felt like the worst mommy in the world. Ryan’s nails grew quickly so I had to clip them histiocytoma dog removal cost weekly. It was never my favorite thing to do until my histiocytoma dog removal cost sister bought me the safety 1st baby nail clipper with histiocytoma dog removal cost build in LED light. It was a game changer. I absolutely fell in love with this nail clipper. Ryan was always wrestling me while I cut his nails, so the trick was to wait until he fell asleep. The nail clipper illuminates his tiny nails which makes it histiocytoma dog removal cost so much easier to see what you are doing especially histiocytoma dog removal cost in the dark. You don’t have to worry about cutting your little one’s skin and trimming nails is no longer too dreadful. Now my baby boy has nicely trimmed nails and its histiocytoma dog removal cost mommy approved!

• hair and body wash: I’ll be honest, I’m a bit snobby when using hair body wash on histiocytoma dog removal cost my baby. Mustela is 90% plant-based formula with natural avocado perseose that is paraben, phthalate and phenoxyethanol free. This gentle cleansing gel is both tear free, soap free and lightly scented. We have used mustela since birth and continue to use histiocytoma dog removal cost this on ryan. We haven’t switched since then.

• lotion/cream: I love using california baby cream on ryan’s baby soft skin. It’s a powerful moisturizer made with plant- based emollients, aloe vera and no hard chemicals. I use this cream for various reasons. His dry skin, mosquito bites and once when he broke out in hives. During the summer time, we faced an increase in mosquitos, so I would dab a small amount of california baby histiocytoma dog removal cost on his bites to help soothe the itches. It also helps with rashes and brings down inflammation. California baby can be used for the face too and histiocytoma dog removal cost used for all seasons. Right now, with the cold weather, ryan’s face is more chapped, so I just apply a small amount of cream on histiocytoma dog removal cost his face to moisturize it. It surely works wonders. It is a lightly scented product and made from pure histiocytoma dog removal cost essential oil. It is a calming blend of french lavender, sage and calendula.

• pacifier: ryan’s favorite pacifier was his part pacifier part plush animal, wubbanub elephant. It was easy to hold and locate. It is made with a medical-grad silicone pacifier and non-latex. The wubbanub really helped ryan self sooth in between feedings histiocytoma dog removal cost or take along during car rides. We picked the elephant to match his elephant themed room. Although ryan grew out of his pacifier at 10 months, it was still his favorite little toy.

• portable high chair (6 months): if you are looking for a baby high chair to histiocytoma dog removal cost travel with, I highly recommend the inglesina fast chair. This chair can be used at home or while eating histiocytoma dog removal cost out at restaurants. It is lightweight, collapsible and has a twist tight coupling that fits most histiocytoma dog removal cost tables. I really love this travel chair because it’s not bulky so convenient to use. The best part is that I never have to request histiocytoma dog removal cost a high chair and worry about germs or the cleanliness histiocytoma dog removal cost of the restaurant chair while protecting my little love bug. I also bought the dining tray which pops right onto histiocytoma dog removal cost the chair. As a mom who does spoon and self-led feeding, the tray works in our favor. If food drops on his tray, I’m ok with him picking up the food and putting histiocytoma dog removal cost it in his mouth. I bought this chair when ryan turned 6 months. You can start using this chair when the baby has histiocytoma dog removal cost neck control and keep his head up. I’m planning on using this until he grows out of histiocytoma dog removal cost it and reaches the maximum weight limit, 36 pounds.

• thermometer: the braun thermometer is a must, must, must have and is essential for newborns into toddler hood. I’ve used this on several occasions on the baby. For FTM who freaks out about everything when you think histiocytoma dog removal cost your baby is having a fever, the thermometer will give you peace of mind and talk histiocytoma dog removal cost you off the ledge. It’s easy to use and essential to use during those histiocytoma dog removal cost extra snuggle days when the baby is sick. I also highly recommend to always pack a thermometer if histiocytoma dog removal cost you travel. We went to great wolf lodge about 6 months ago histiocytoma dog removal cost and ryan was extremely needy. It turned out that he had a fever. The worrisome mom in me woke up my husband in histiocytoma dog removal cost the middle of the night to find a 24-hour convenience store to buy a thermometer and baby tylenol histiocytoma dog removal cost to bring his fever down. From there, I learned to always add that to our traveling list. The only thing I wish this thermometer could do is histiocytoma dog removal cost have an option to light up the LCD so that histiocytoma dog removal cost I can test the babies’ temperature in the dark without turning the lights on. You know when your little one is asleep especially when histiocytoma dog removal cost they are sick, you definitely do not want to wake them up.

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