The Daunting Tasks

It can be a bit stressful to figure out what baby care grooming kit to add to your little ones nursery essentials Fortunately for you, the Fridababy Baby Basics Kit has all you will want for the little one in one convenient package. Now and again you’ll begin to recognize, the little one has some unfavorable grooming needs, i.e. boogers, ear wax, flaky skin, and razor blades for nails. but the Fridababy Baby Basics unit is your baby care grooming kit so you are ready for all the pictures and cuddles he/she will receive. Added bonus, nifty carrying case so you won’t be looking all over for that tiny little nail trimmer or file.

The Fridababy Baby Basics Kit kit is packed with four absolute grooming necessities for every newborn. The Baby Basics Kit includes the NoseFrida The Snotsucker (don’t worry, I offer another solution below to this item) Windi The Gas-Passer, NailFrida The SnipperClipper, the trimmer meets-scissor combo intended for little fingers with a spyhole to see where to trim, in addition a S-Curved nail file to smooth unpleasant edges; and DermaFrida The SkinSoother, a silicone infant shower brush that will keep the little ones skin smooth and soft.

Fridababy’s Baby Basics Kit, is loaded up with the four head-to-toe care essentials to keep him/her fresh from those pesky boogers, caught-up gas, razor sharp nails, and flaky skin.

Did I mention the FridaBaby 3-in-1 Nose, Nail + Ear Picker  is a must have addition to the grooming essentials. Often sold separately you’ll want to make sure this is on the registry as well.

As I just mentioned, the FridayBaby Baby Basic Kit is a great registry you’ll want to purchase before someone else does.

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This Stuff Matters…

Nursery Furniture

The necessities:

  • Crib or co-sleeper
  • Crib mattress

If it fits in the budget:

  • Changing table
  • Bassinet (though it’s only safe until 3 months or 15 pounds)
  • Rocking chair or glider
  • Humidifier or vaporizer
  • Dresser/chest
  • Hamper
  • Baby monitor (if you have a big house)

Baby Linens

The necessities:

  • 1 fitted crib sheets
  • Several thin cotton receiving blankets
  • 1 waterproof mattress protectors

If it fits in the budget:

  • Matching quilt or a crib skirt (they’re only decorative)

Babyproofing Gear

The necessities (after 4 months):

  • Gates at the top and bottom of all stairs
  • Cabinet latches
  • Drawer latches
  • Outlet covers
  • Fireplace bumper
  • Furniture anchors
  • Corner guards for low tables

If it fits in the budget:

  • Toilet lock

Formula Feeding Gear

The necessities:

  • 3+ or so bottles with newborn nipples (try Dr. Browns, most recommended)
  • Bottle-cleaning brush or a dishwasher basket
  • Several weeks’ worth of baby formula to start
  • 3+ or more cotton bibs
  • 3+ or more burp cloths (cloth diapers do the job)

If it fits in the budget:

  • Bottle sterilizer
  • cooler/warmer for on-the-go events

Breastfeeding Gear

The necessities:

  • Nursing pillow
  • 2+ nursing bras
  • 2+ boxes of nursing pads
  • 2+ or more cotton bibs
  • 3+ or more burp cloths (cloth diapers do the job)

If it fits in the budget:

  • Breast pump (electric if you’ll use it every day at work, otherwise a hand pump is fine)
  • Breast milk storage bags or containers
  • Nipple cream (for the first few weeks)

Solid-food Feeding Gear

The necessities (not an issue until 4 to 6 months):

  • High chair
  • Plastic bibs
  • Infant feeding spoons/Infant bowl

Diaper Gear

The necessities:

  • 6+ packs of newborn diapers to start
  • Wipes (sensitive skin/no scent)
  • Waterproof changing table pad
  • Ointment for rash
  • 2+ changing table pad covers (usually cotton or terry cloth)
  • Diaper pail or trash can with a lid

If it fits in the budget:

  • Baby cream (if your baby has dry skin)

Bathing and Grooming Gear

The necessities:

  • 2 hooded towels
  • 4 washcloths
  • Infant tub
  • Baby bath wash
  • Baby shampoo
  • Baby comb and brush set
  • Nail scissors/nail clippers/nail file set

If it fits in the budget:

  • Bath toys (3+months)
  • Mesh bag to hold bath toys
  • Bath thermometer
  • Faucet guard

Baby Clothing

The necessities:

  • 5+ or more snap-crotch bodysuits/onesies
  • 3+ T-shirts and/or side-snap shirts
  • 5+ pairs of pajamas and/or sleeping gowns
  • Cold/hot-weather hat
  • 6 pairs of socks
  • Baby hangers for the closet (10+)

If it fits in the budget:

  • A special outfit to bring baby home in and/or show her off
  • Several diaper covers
  • 2+ Blankets

Travel Gear

The necessities:

  • Car seat
  • Stroller
  • Diaper bag

If it fits in the budget:

  • Rain cover for the stroller
  • Sunshades for the car windows
  • Front carrier, like a Snugli or Baby Bjorn

First Baby Toys

No necessities, but it’s nice to have:

  • Rattles
  • Plastic links
  • Soft blocks
  • Activity gym/play mat
  • Toys that attach to the stroller

Baby Seats

The necessities:

  • Bouncer seat or infant seat
  • Stationary activity center (once baby is 4 months old)
  • Heavy blankets and quilts to lay on the floor

If it fits in the budget:

  • Swing

Baby Care Basics

The necessities:

  • Several pacifiers
  • Thermometer
  • Petroleum jelly
  • Infant Tylenol
  • Nasal aspirator