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What you will need for baby

Bringing your baby home can be an exciting time. From clothes, bedding and car seats, here are a few hints on what you should have ready.

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Babies in cold weather

It's important to be aware of how much clothing and the type of clothing your baby will need to keep comfortably warm in cold weather.

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Getting out of the house with your new baby

Get some useful tips on what to do and take when venturing out with your new baby for the first time.

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Newborn clothes & dressing a newborn | Raising Children Network

How many clothes does a newborn need? And what newborn clothes are best? Get answers to these questions and more in our guide to dressing a newborn.

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Cloth nappies & disposable nappies | Raising Children Network

What nappies should you use for your baby? Our guide takes you through the pros and cons of cloth nappies and disposable nappies to help you decide.

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Dressing baby in the right clothes for bed | Raising Children Network

Babies sleep well when they’re not too hot or cold. Dress babies in enough clothes to keep them warm without blankets, or try a safe infant sleeping bag.

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Safety first - Ngala

Whenyou have children, there are many things to consider

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Cutting baby nails & baby nail care | Raising Children Network

Cutting baby nails is important, because short nails mean babies can’t scratch themselves. It can help to cut baby nails when baby is calm, drowsy or asleep.

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Toys & choosing good toys for kids | Raising Children Network

The best toys for kids spark imagination, creativity and problem-solving skills. Open-ended toys are good for this. You can often make these toys at home.

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Umbilical and baby belly button care | Raising Children Network

The baby belly button is what’s left of the umbilical cord. Keep the umbilical stump clean and dry until it falls off. See a GP if you have any concerns.

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