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Supply list as seen in A Nurse in Your Purse

Baby Supply List That Every Mama Needs To Have – as Seen in A Nurse in Your Purse Guidebook

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In this baby supply list you’ll find all the products I mention in my guidebook A Nurse in Your Purse. These are all items I’ve found to be super handy to have as a new mom or even as a veteran mom! It’s not an all inclusive baby supply list at this time, just the ones that are mentioned in the book. While some are obvious on their uses, some may surprise you. Grab the book to find out all the ways I suggest using them!

Baby Grooming Products

Creams and ointments

  • Your preferred diaper rash cream
  • Magic Butt Cream Mix: Desitin, Triple Antibiotic Ointment, and Calmoseptine
  • Emuaid ointment

First Aid and cold supplies

  • Blue suction bulb or other kind of nose sucker
  • Nasal saline drops for infants
  • Small humidifier for baby’s room
  • Baby Chest Rub
  • Cotton ball or swabs
  • Thermometer of choice (we’ve used this one for years)
  • Apple Cider Vinegar (with the mother is best. ACV has so many other uses so be sure to look them up!)
  • Witch hazel (makes for a great skin toner as well for mamas!)
  • A box of small gauze pads (2×2 size is fine)
  • A box of non stick bandages
  • One roll of sticky gauze wrap (to wrap the non-stick bandage with in case of a burn)
  • Tweezers

Misc.

  • Preferred baby wearing gear (we used this one and loved it)
  • Pacifiers to put in the freezer for teething time.

Oral Medicines

  • Infant Tylenol
  • Infant Motrin
  • Children’s Benadryl

Essential Oils

Please be sure you know how to properly use essential oils when it comes to infants and young children. Some are not safe for babies under 3 months of age. Some are not safe for children under 6 years old. Consult with an essential oil expert prior to using.

Some of the common essential oils used with children are:

  • Lavender
  • Eucalyptus
  • Chamomile
  • Tea Tree

Bekah Shephard, Author of A Nurse in Your Purse, Helping Mamas Balance Healthy Living with Mom Life

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