25 Essential Things For Your Baby’s First Aid Kit!
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Preparing the first aid kit for your baby is very essential because it is very useful in case of unexpected injuries. Here is the list of essential items that a baby needs in his/her first aid kit:

Preparing the first aid kit for your baby is very essential because it is very useful in case of unexpected injuries. Here is the list of essential items that a baby needs in his/her first aid kit:

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  • 1.
  • 2. Preparing the first aid kit for your baby is very essential because it is very useful in case of unexpected injuries. Here is the list of essential items that a baby needs in his/her first aid kit.
  • 3. Acetaminophen in liquid form
    for minor aches and pains.
  • 4. Essential baby oils & baby lotions.
    It can be an optional choice.
  • 5. Cream for diaper rash.
  • 6. Rubbing alcohol. This can be
    very helpful for cord care.
  • 7. Nasal aspirator for
    blocked noses.
  • 8. Ipecac syrup if your baby
    has swallowed any potentially
    poisonous substance.
  • 9. Cotton balls.
  • 10. Rectal thermometer.
  • 11. Baby scissors that have
    rounded points.
  • 12. Petroleum jelly.
  • 13. Diaper pail along with a
    disinfectant. This can be
    useful if you use a cloth diaper.
  • 14. Plastic garbage bags if you
    use disposable diapers, to
    line the diaper pail.
  • 15. Diaper liners as they are
    very helpful in the early weeks
    if you launder diapers at home.
  • 16. Baby shampoo.
  • 17. Baby washcloths.
  • 18. Bath towels.
  • 19. Baby brush or comb.
  • 20. A vaporizer, a cool mist
    type. It is an optional one.
  • 21. Baby soap,
    preferably mild & liquid.
  • 22. Baby wipes,
    essential during travel.
  • 23. Baby decongestant for blocked
    nose, used only for the babies
    of above 3 months of age.
  • 24. Arnica cream for treating
    bumps and bruises.
  • 25. An oral syringe calibrated with
    milliliter marker to measure &
    administer liquid medicine.
  • 26. Adhesive bandages in
    different sizes.
  • 27. Saline drops to loosen
    the mucus in a stuffy nose.