Becoming a mommy is starting a journey of shopping for your kid. Before you know your kid will be leading you at the shopping trips making these much fun, chaotic, and easier at the same time. For all those first time mommies worrying what to buy and what to skip we have shortlisted some essential items.

A Quick Tip… The best way to know which products actually come handy and are great to have is to ask your girlfriends with kids, neighbors, or online community. People who have used certain items can guide you best on what to buy and what you can easily survive without.

INFANT BATH TUB

This is a highly recommended product especially for infants. Bathing a new born for first time parents can be pretty tricky. Bath tub for infants come in various sizes and designs. You can check out Zubaida’s mom store in Lahore for latest designs. Their price varies according to different brands.

MEDELLA QUICK CLEAN MICRO STEAM STERILIZING BAGS

This is probably the easiest way to sterilize baby bottles. All you need to do is put all the bottle parts in the bag with an ounce of water and microwave for 3 minutes. Be sure to use microwave safe plastics only.

A HALO SLEEP SACK

Babies do not stay swaddled and keep waking up. This is a god send aid for all those sleepless mothers wondering how to keep their babies swaddled and asleep.  You can buy this over amazon for 20$.

SIT ME UP SEATS

When babies attain some head control they want to be propped in sitting position. Suitable for babies aged between 4-6 months. These seats come in various designs and prices vary as per different brands. Most baby stores have got these. Using this, your hands can be free while your baby is safely buckled up.

SILICONE ROLL UP BIBS

Finally there is a bib that perfectly serves its purpose. These types of bibs come with a pocket and besides saving your kids clothes also catch all the drips and leftovers. You can roll these up and wash after use. No mess literally NO MESS!

If you fail to find these in local markets head to amazon and order these.

 

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