How to prepare your home for a baby It is possible to make quick and quick dishes that are nutritious and delicious, to keep you throughout the challenging early years of motherhood. Simple meals can be prepared with large amounts and freeze portions for individual use.
Stock up on microwaveable packets of rice and grains and you’ll have enough tasty healthy meals that will last you for many weeks. You can also request loved ones and relatives to provide foods and other necessities rather than gifts, as chances are you’ll end up drowned in baby clothes but lacking time to go buying groceries.
6. Set Up a Downstairs Basket
One newborn can use 12 nappies daily. This isn’t the case to bungalows or an apartment having one story. If you have more than one story, there will be many trips up and down staircases during your weakest, most tired daytime. An American study in 2012 found that 25 percent of all birth injuries and accidents caused by being carried up and down the stairs. Therefore, the use of a basket for your downstairs is an excellent idea on what you can do to prepare your home for the arrival of a child, since it can significantly cut down on the number of trips you make on and off the stairs.
The basket can be used to store all the supplies you’ll need throughout the day for your baby and for yourself. The diapers you’ll need and baby clothing, towels or cloths to wash your baby and other clothing. Make sure you are equipped with a change mat down the hall as well. Be sure to make sure the size isn’t too small to be accessible from behind the couch as well as under or along the sides on the cupboard. Remember to keep it well-stocked and handy fo