Introducing A New Baby To The Family (Parenting Lounge #5)

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The best products for you and your baby.

Baby monitor

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.

Nursing pillow

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.

Diaper bags

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.

Pucksack

A pucksack gives your baby the feeling of security, like in the womb, and thus supports a peaceful and restful sleep.

Bicycle trailer

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.

Playpen

A playpen can be very practical in everyday life! Which model is suitable for your needs, you can read in my guide.

Baby bed

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.

Stroller

A stroller is a worthwhile purchase. But there are the most diverse models on the market. Find out which is the right one.

Radiant heater

Radiant heaters provide your child with the necessary warmth when changing diapers or after bathing.

Extra bed

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.

23 thoughts on “Introducing A New Baby To The Family (Parenting Lounge #5)”

  1. There are a lot of good tips here, I think the one I found the most helpful was to make some one on one time with my oldest while his sibling was napping. It helped him know that Mom always had time for him too.

  2. These are great tips. We actually did a couple of them when we had number two. Another very helpful tip I picked up was to tell the baby “it’s not your turn” from time to time. That way your older child would understand that while s/he may have to wait from time to time, so dose little brother or sister. Learning to take turns and share from the start has made things easier.

  3. Some very practical tips here! I have number 6 coming anytime now, and one that is only 16 months older. Having done this before, I think the biggest tip is to promote family togetherness after baby comes. Hugs, cuddles, activities done together & yes, special time with each child.

    Thanks for sharing this post, good timing for me!

  4. We’re thinking about having another (if it’s possible at all). These tips are helpful. This is the third time recently that I’ve heard/read the advice about tending to the older one first sometimes, and I think that’s a great idea. It’ll also make dealing with the baby much easier than it would having an older child tantrum/meltdown while trying to tend to the baby.

  5. I think that’s a good idea to spend quality time together with just the baby. We have a baby on the way and thank goodness my kids are all older. None of that fighting for attention! Now they will be fighting to get their little nephew.

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