Well, more like things you never thought you’ll be caring about and taking notes before you become a mother for the very first time.
Keeping track of baby’s feeding schedule
We probably won’t even remember what we had yesterday. However, as a mother you’ll be looking for ways or even mobile apps to keep track of your baby’s feeding schedule. Newborn needs to be fed at an interval of every 2-3 hours, and breastfeeding mothers are most likely to feed on demand to establish the supply.
Suzuran Baby Wet Cleaning Cotton plays a very important role here as it’s convenient and hygienic for cleaning baby’s mouth (especially if you’re formula feeding) and also for cleaning nipples before and after breastfeeding. During pantang period, most mothers are advised not to come into contact with running water; hence this product comes in handy to help mothers do some quick cleaning.
Monitoring the number of wet diapers
Yes, no woman would know that she’ll be all ready to touch and clean after someone’s pee and poop until she becomes a mother. It’s very important to count how many wet diapers your newborn produces in a day to know if your baby is well-hydrated and is eliminating bilirubin to avoid severe jaundice from happening.
This also means that you’ll need to constantly change your baby’s diaper to avoid diaper rash as newborn’s skin is very delicate. The best way to clean your newborn’s bum is to wipe it with cotton and water – wet Suzuran Baby Antibacterial Dry Cotton with lukewarm water and gently wipe starting from baby’s genital area outwards. Keep baby’s skin clean and dry with this 100% pure and antibacterial cotton to help keep your mind at ease too.
Is your baby still breathing?
You never realize how often you’ll be checking on your baby to see if he/she is still breathing – you will keep putting your hands on your newborn to feel his/her breathing, and be thankful that he/she is just sleeping soundly. Then, you’ll find yourself doing that again and again throughout the day, just to be sure that your little one is still breathing.
As a first time mom, I googled to study and understand “Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)” as I know this does happen and there are ways to lower the risk. So mommies, there are fears but being a mother make us strong and we will give it all out to protect our precious little one!