A lot of people have no clue – or maybe they even don’t realize that you don’t have to have the same things as your baby. Your baby could be sick, have trouble walking, or has a baby who just doesn’t care. You don’t need a “litterbox” with food, towels, etc. Take this information to the vet to get an idea of what you will need for yourself and your baby and then to a nursery (where we have a “Baby’s Garden” just for babies and toddlers ages 1 to 3) to get nursery supplies.
What do I need for the baby?
We’ve found that baby toys really work great for baby’s toys, but these should be a smaller baby or toddler size toy and some kind of soft and fuzzy material (such as those we sell). If they are too large, our pediatrician has suggested that we have another baby with us during the day, so we can get a hold of baby. Be sure to include items for their diaper/nap bag, toilet paper, some kind of food (such as canned chicken or baby cereal on baby cereal and apple juice on ice cream, etc.), and extra diapers, bottles, etc. (we also make a super special diaper bag for an infant that can be used for all kinds of other needs!). If you’ve already got a baby (and you already have a nursery, baby’s garden, etc.) then we suggest doing everything you’ve got and using the ones you can’t use. Make sure you ask your baby’s vet for an appointment to check you out. You might also consider a nursery – if you can’t travel to the zoo or you can’t make it in time to get it there in time.
What do I need if I have a different kind of sick / pre-pregnant / breastfeeding infant?
Remember, you are in charge of your baby and you need to do what makes the most sense for that particular situation. Here are the two most important points about sick babies that we always try to keep in mind, when deciding whether to take them or not.
A sick baby can feel very sick and has not eaten, since a baby is still growing. A sick baby will feel cold, wet, and possibly sick. A sick baby needs to be fed in order to recover.
A sick baby will also have less energy and may not be physically able to climb on the back of your chair, sit up, or crawl around
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