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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