Cloth Diapers Or Disposable Diapers
The best products for you and your baby.
With a baby monitor, you can use your time flexibly, sleep peacefully at night and still know at all times that your baby is doing well.
A good breastfeeding pillow has several advantages, because it helps you not only to breastfeed, but also to fall asleep and is also suitable as a nest.
A diaper bag offers you a lot of storage space, so that you have everything you need for your baby on the go - from the changing pad to the bottle.
A pucksack gives your baby the feeling of security, like in the womb, and thus supports a peaceful and restful sleep.
Bicycle trailers can be used in combination with a baby seat shortly after birth. They are not only safer than child seats but also more comfortable.
A playpen can be very practical in everyday life! Which model is suitable for your needs, you can read in my guide.
The first bed accompanies your child for years. Fortunately, there are beds that grow with your child. I have made for you on the search for the best baby beds.
A stroller is a worthwhile purchase. But there are the most diverse models on the market. Find out which is the right one.
Radiant heaters provide your child with the necessary warmth when changing diapers or after bathing.
Side beds are very practical and offer both mother and baby a lot of advantages, because for babies, especially in the first months of life, it is reassuring to be able to sleep next to their parents.
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Hello Mommies, I found “Practical Mommy” while searching online for something totally not about diapers and babies. Yet, as I was browsing the site, I spotted this particular post topic. I started reminiscing about the times of becoming a young mommy at 18. I learned by the diaper that it really matters what we feed and the materials we wrap our babies in. while some foods causes the precious tots to put out strong acidic waste, that also may contribute to the rashes as well as the diaper itself. My youngest son became so allergic to the “manufactured ready” diapers. The doctor had me change some foods which helped a little. But, the rash continued and got worse over time. Nothing the doctors gave me worked. Being distraught and practically in tears, my pastor, who was my mentor and an experienced mom long before me, explained to me that I was not a bad mom. He was just allergic to the diapers. She went out and bought some cloth diapers. The rashes on my son cleared up almost right away. Neither of us had to cry any more. Now He is changing diapers for his own.
I’m so glad the switch helped! Good for you for trying new things and having someone experienced to talk to.