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one. Baby car­ri­er sling. In the first year of life — the thing is sim­ply irre­place­able. It’s like an extra pair of hands. It’s like a cocoon that care­ful­ly holds the baby instead of you. This is a device for which your back will thank you. Suit­able for long-term wear — walk­ing, trips or when you need to do some­thing around the house, and the baby does not get off your hands. The most pop­u­lar vari­eties are knit­ted sling scarf (Ide­al from birth up to a baby weight of 8–10 kg, usu­al­ly the child reach­es this weight by 6–12 months) and woven sling scarf (suit­able from birth up to a weight of 15 kg, that is, up to 2–3 years old baby).

2. Breast­feed­ing cape. First­ly, with it you can com­fort­ably feed a child any­where — even in a shop­ping cen­ter, even in pub­lic trans­port, even at a friend’s wed­ding. Sec­ond, its con­ve­nient pull on the dome of the stroller or a car seat — and then it pro­tects the sleep­ing baby from bright light or dust. Third­ly, such a cape will also come in handy as a cape on a high chair if you come with your baby some­where to a cafe and are not sure that pub­lic high chairs are so clean …

3. Mum’s Era reusable dia­pers. These are gen­er­al­ly a god­send for babies of the first year of life. With­stand up to 2000 wash­es! No need to both­er with the size, they are adjustable for weight from 3 to 13 kg. And most impor­tant­ly, they save the fam­i­ly bud­get, up to 100 thou­sand rubles a year. Some par­ents com­bine — use dis­pos­able dia­pers at night, reusable dur­ing the day. And some­one com­plete­ly switch­es to reusable dia­pers, on aver­age, 10–12 dia­pers are enough for this.

four. New­born pil­low. Small but extreme­ly com­fort­able. With an anatom­i­cal notch for the back of the head, ortho­pe­dic, inex­pen­sive. Helps pre­vent defor­ma­tion of the baby’s skull, ensures the cor­rect posi­tion of the head dur­ing sleep. The pil­low has a cot­ton top — absorbs sweat, pre­vents prick­ly heat. In babies, at first, ther­moreg­u­la­tion goes through the scalp. Pil­low fea­ture — thin side zip­perif you unzip the zip­per, you can remove part of the filler from the pil­low and make it thin­ner, for exam­ple.

5. Sling with rings — This is anoth­er type of car­ri­er for the baby. Its advan­tages: ide­al sling for the home, puts on quick­ly, helps to soothe the baby with col­ic, rock him to sleep, or sim­ply place the baby in the car­ri­er and do things with him (hands will now be free!).

We have been pro­duc­ing use­ful prod­ucts for moth­ers and babies since 2006 and we know a lot about them! Fol­low the links to prod­ucts that inter­est you. There, through the “Ques­tions” tab, you can ask us about some­thing before buy­ing, get help with choos­ing the right sling, dia­per, wrap or pil­low for your new­born (!)

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