Tipiti® Baby Nappies

  1. Establish Routine: Create a consistent routine for your baby. Predictability helps babies feel secure and assists in managing sleep and feeding schedules.

  2. Bond Through Touch: Skin-to-skin contact and gentle touch are essential for bonding. Spend quality time cuddling and playing with your baby to strengthen the parent-child relationship.

  3. Encourage Tummy Time: Tummy time helps strengthen your baby’s neck, shoulder, and arm muscles. Start with short periods multiple times a day to aid in motor skill development.

  4. Monitor Developmental Milestones: Keep track of your baby’s milestones, but remember every child develops at their own pace. Consult your pediatrician if you have concerns.

  5. Healthy Sleep Habits: Create a soothing bedtime routine to help your baby wind down before sleep. Ensure a comfortable sleep environment and encourage self-soothing techniques.

  6. Nutrition and Feeding: Whether breastfeeding or bottle-feeding, ensure proper nutrition. Introduce solids at around six months, following your pediatrician’s guidance.

  7. Safety First: Baby-proof your home to prevent accidents. Install safety gates, secure furniture, and keep hazardous items out of reach.

  8. Communication and Interaction: Talk, sing, and read to your baby. Engaging in conversations, even if they can’t respond, helps in language development.

  9. Self-Care for Parents: Take care of yourself too. Rest when possible, eat healthily, and seek support from family or friends to avoid burnout.

  10. Trust Your Instincts: You know your baby best. Trust your instincts and seek advice when needed. Parenting is a learning journey for both you and your baby.

Remember, each child is unique, and parenting styles vary. These tips serve as general guidance; always consult healthcare professionals for specific advice and trust your intuition as a parent.