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Newborn must haves

Congratulations on your new addition! Here are some essential items that many parents find helpful to have for their newborn:

1. Diapers and wipes: Stock up on plenty of newborn-sized diapers and gentle wipes for frequent changes.

2. Clothing: Soft and comfortable onesies, sleepers, hats, and socks are essential for keeping your baby warm and cozy.

3. Swaddle blankets: Swaddle blankets help your baby feel secure and cozy, mimicking the sensation of being in the womb.

4. Crib or bassinet: Create a safe and comfortable sleeping environment for your newborn.

5. Car seat: A properly installed and appropriately sized car seat is crucial for ensuring your baby's safety when traveling.

6. Nursing or feeding supplies: If you're breastfeeding, consider a breast pump, nursing bras, and nursing pads. If bottle-feeding, have bottles, nipples, and formula ready.

7. Baby bathtub: A small, secure bathtub makes bath time safe and easy.

8. Baby monitor: A video or audio monitor helps you keep an eye on your baby from another room.

9. Diaper changing station: Consider getting a dedicated changing table or pad and stock it up with diaper rash cream, a diaper pail, and changing pad covers.

10. Baby carrier or wrap: Keep your baby close and your hands free with a comfortable carrier or wrap.

Remember, every baby and family is unique, so adapt this list to suit your specific needs and preferences. Enjoy this special time with your newborn!

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