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02/11/2009 at 14:51
Can you help with Practical Parenting's Try This page?
We'd love to hear your tips and stories on the following:
What have you found works best for cleaning your baby's bottom? Whether it's a product or particular way you do it, we'd love to know.
How do you make sure you remember everything you need for your baby before leaving the house?
How have you dealt with baby thrush?
If you can help please reply on here and I'll get back to you, or email me at email@example.com
PP Staff Writer
02/11/2009 at 16:25
the best tip i have for nappy changes is in the early days apply a barrier cream each change as it stocks the yucky black poo from sticking to them.
And also when lola had thrush shed just been prescribed anti bs so couldnt have thrush treatment, bepanthan and lots of water really helped her.
03/11/2009 at 08:06
05/11/2009 at 14:05
Always refill/restock the change bag when you return home,then you're ready at a moments notice! Mine is huge-actually 1 of the oversized handbags-they call me Mary Poppins in playgroup,there's nothing that doesn't fit in and I don't have with me!!!!
I carry more spare pairs of underpants than mothercare!!!!! Tom has had 2 accidents-but I leave nothing to chance!!!!
I love to use asda or tesco own brand baby wipes when I'm out-but use washable reuseable cheeky wipes at home,much more cost effective and environmentally friendly
06/11/2009 at 12:15
06/11/2009 at 17:30
When my son was a few days old I noticed a really angry looking red patch on his bottom which didn't look like any nappy rash I had seen before. I used Bepanthan initially and asked the midwife to check it out on a routine visit. She confirmed it was thrush and we got a prescription of Canesten from our GP and it cleared within a few days.
I too use the replenish on return routine as I am always in a rush whenever I go out. I repeat the mantra keys, purse, phone as I pat my pockets on leaving. My 3 year old has heard this so many times she now asks "Mum, you got your keys, purse, phone?" whenever we leave the house. Anything else I remember is a bonus!.
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