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2 edition of Taking your baby home found in the catalog.

Taking your baby home

Robert M. Selig

Taking your baby home

by Robert M. Selig

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Published by Andorra Pediatrics, Spring House Pediatrics in Philadelphia, Pa, North Wales, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Infants (Newborn) -- Care.,
  • Infants -- Care.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementRobert M. Selig, Jeffrey Fogel.
    ContributionsFogel, Jeffrey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ253 .S45 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2451710M
    LC Control Number87151867

      BRINGING NEWBORN BABY HOME FROM HOSPITAL! - Duration: teresa & babies 1,, views. TAKING OUR NEWBORN HOME FROM THE HOSPITAL! Vlogmas Day 26 | Hayley Paige Vlogs - Duration: Picking out baby’s very first outfit is pretty exciting. There are tons of adorable options out there, but when it comes to the basics of a coming home outfit, all you really need is a onesie or footie, a hat and socks if baby’s feet are exposed. “Keep it practical and comfortable,” says Suzanne Clinton, BSN, RN, program outreach manager of women and infant services at Banner Desert.

    Introduce your baby to different objects. When she looks at something, point it out and tell her what it is. Read to your child every day, especially colorful picture books and magazines. Taking Your Baby Home. Most parents are excited to take their baby home after days or weeks in the NICU. But the idea can make some parents nervous. When a baby is ready to go home depends on many things. Each baby must be checked to see if he or she is ready. And, the family must be prepared to give special care the baby may need.

    Every new parent wants to do as much as possible right when it comes to their precious newborn. From burping your baby to dressing him to cutting those tiny nails, it can all seem pretty challenging sometimes. Luckily, with a little practice, you'll be a pro in no time (and can move on to other stuff, like treating diaper rash!).   The idea that newborn babies should stay inside is an old wives’ tale and completely false. Getting fresh air and natural sunlight is good for both you and your baby, no matter how recently she was born. In fact, there is no medical reason not to take her outside the day after you take her home from the hospital, as long as you both feel up.


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