Nursery Extras That Lend a Helping Hand
Ready-to-Feed Bottle Warmer is easy to use and takes as little as 90 seconds to heat up a bottle, which is key when it’s 2:30 in the morning and you have a hungry little one who is louder than a fire alarm. To make it even easier, keep your bottles in a cooler with an ice pack near the bottle warmer. 3. Spare bottle parts. The last thing you want to have to do, just as you start giving a hungry baby a bottle, is go find a new nipple or collar for a bottle. Keep a few in a basket or bag close to your comfy chair so you can just replace a slow flowing nipple or the occasional leaking collar. 4. Pacifiers. You can never have too many pacifiers. By now, you probably think this is my personal mantra. I guess in a way it is. When Jack was using pacifiers, it sometimes seemed if they grew legs and walked away or some sort of pacifier stealing gremlin lived in my house. They could go missing in just minutes. So, I kept a container full of them on a shelf on his changing table. 5. Breast maintenance. Breastfeeding can sometimes leave you a bit – shall I say – uncomfortable. To soothe chapped or irritate nipples before or after nursing, NUK®’s Gentle Moisturizing Balm offers relief. Simply glide on using the easy, no-rub applicator. You can even use it before nursing since it’s safe for baby. NUK® also has these great Breast Wipes that smell like vanilla to gently clean pre- or-post-feeding too. And, of course they are also safe for your little one, too. These few extra nursery items that can make your job just a little easier – something I think all moms can agree on. What are your nursery must haves?