Baby Bootcamp: Taking Care of a Newborn

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There’s no denying that babies, especially, newborns require a lot of care and attention. As a loving parent, you want to do what’s best for them, ensuring they’re well-fed, well-taken care of, and have everything like baby gear, baby toys, and products readily available.

We understand, being a new parent can be difficult and overwhelming, and getting any kind of help in this situation can be a game-changer, which is why we’re here to help!

In this blog, we’ll teach you how to take great care of your newborn baby and also ease your stress and burden during the process.

Get things started at the hospital

We’re sure after giving birth and spending a few days in the hospital, you’re excited to take your little bundle of joy home. But before your doctors can let you leave, they’ll need to make sure you and your baby are perfectly healthy and ready to go home.

If you’re planning to breastfeed your baby, you can start feeding them at the hospital. With nurses and lactation consultants helping you, you’ll be able to get a better understanding of the process and ensure your baby is able to feed properly.

While you’re still at the hospital, it’s best to avoid any visitors and keep them at bay for as long as possible. Your newborn baby is not as immune as you are and taking extra precautions can avoid jeopardizing their health.

You also need to spend as much time as you possibly can with your baby in order to bond with them. It’ll help them recognize your voice and even find it soothing. Lastly, since babies can’t regulate their body temperatures yet, it’s best to keep them layered up but don’t go overboard as that might lead to excessive sweating and chills.

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The car ride home

Before you arrive at the hospital to deliver your baby, be sure to purchase a baby car seat for the ride home. It’ll ensure your baby is safe throughout the drive and will give you a few minutes to relax before you reach your home.

Mother Feeding Her Baby


Much like you, your baby also needs food to survive, some women opt for formula others stick to breastfeeding. Neither of the options is wrong but breastfeeding can be challenging for a lot of women, which is why it is better to start sooner than later.

Starting at the hospital will allow you and medical professionals to determine any issues that might occur otherwise you’ll have to go home and drive back to get professional help.

If you want to learn more about parenting your newborn baby, check out our guides.

At Juniors Fresh, we offer parenting advice, reviews, and guides, hoping to make your and your newborn baby’s life a whole lot easier. We cover a wide variety of topics including toy reviews, Baby Products & Gear ReviewsBaby Toys Buying Guide for parents, and much more.

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