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Mother & Baby - - BABYBUYS -

HOODED TOW­ELS:

To keep your baby warm and dry af­ter a bath.

GEN­TLE BABY WASH OR SHAM­POO:

Just use a lit­tle, and make sure it’s mild.

In­fant/child ther­mome­ter (dig­i­tal, ear or rec­tal), in­fant non-as­pirin liq­uid pain re­liever as rec­om­mended by your pae­di­a­tri­cian, calamine lo­tion or hy­dro­cor­ti­sone cream for in­sect bites and rashes, rub­bing al­co­hol to clean ther­mome­ters, tweezers, and scis­sors, petroleum jelly to lubri­cate rec­tal ther­mome­ters, hy­dro­gen per­ox­ide to clean cuts and scrapes, anti-bac­te­rial cream (Neosporin) for cuts and scrapes, tweezers for splin­ters and ticks; you can buy long very-pointy tweezers made specif­i­cally for re­mov­ing splin­ters, a pair of sharp scis­sors, child-safe in­sect repellent, chil­dren’s strength liq­uid de­con­ges­tant, nasal as­pi­ra­tor bulb (not the long, pointy ear sy­ringe), an as­sort­ment of band-aids in var­i­ous sizes and shapes, gauze rolls (1/2 to 2 inches wide), gauze pads (2x2 and 4x4 inches), ad­he­sive tape, ster­ilised cot­ton balls, cot­ton-tipped swabs, mild liq­uid soap, an oral sy­ringe or cal­i­brated cup or spoon for ad­min­is­ter­ing medicines, a pack­age of tongue de­pres­sors to

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