Product Spotlight: Safety 1st Ready! Newborn Nursery Kit

Product Spotlight: Safety 1st Ready! Newborn Nursery Kit

Over the years, we have covered a wide array of products on the Child Safety Blog. Every so often, we like to shine the spotlight on a product that our customers really love. For today’s post, join us for an in-depth look at the Safety 1st Ready! Newborn Nursery Kit.

Grooming Essentials: Caring for Baby’s Hair and Nails 

As all parents quickly realize, little ones can be rather delicate. However, they can also get dirty and messy in a moment’s notice. To fix this, it’ll take some gentle grooming. Even more, parents will need the proper tools. 

In the past, we’ve written about some baby grooming essentials. One of the reasons we’re choosing to highlight the Safety 1st Ready! Newborn Nursery Kit is that it offers many of these items in one convenient package. Before we discuss the package, let’s talk about two of the biggest problem areas for new parents: the hair and the nails. 

Hair Management

First, let’s start with the top of those little heads! A baby’s original hair often sheds in the first few months; but either way, it will need a proper brushing to stay healthy and shiny. Brushing promotes healthy hair growth, but also massages the scalp and calms your baby.

A proper brush and comb should have various “teeth” sizes. These are built to accommodate different hair thicknesses and types. Ideally, the comb and brush should have thick handles. These will help the little one to eventually hold it herself. This moves her towards learning to brush and comb her own hair. 

Nail Care

Clipping nails is a big fear for many parents. Those fingers are so tiny and so delicate – but, wow those nails can get sharp! Many a parent or guardian has stopped paying attention for a second only to get accidentally slashed. Obviously, the solution is to clip those nails.

Of course, that may be easier said than done. Babies have tiny, thin nails. To make matters worse, they usually don’t quite understand what is happening when you attempt to clip those nails. This causes them to jerk wildly, which can lead to injuries and a rather unpleasant experience.

Fortunately, a specialized set of nail clippers, like the one included in the Safety 1st Ready! Newborn Nursery Kit is up to the task. These nail clippers are smaller than clippers designed for adults, and are designed for little fingers. The goal is to take as much of the anxiety out of baby nail care as possible. 

Extra tip: try clipping those nails when the child is sleeping. It will reduce fidgeting and risk of injury. Just be careful! If you hurt their hand and wake them up, you’ll be in for double trouble.

Taking a Closer Look at the Safety 1st Ready! Newborn Nursery Kit

Now that we’ve covered some of the trickier parts of baby grooming, let’s take a closer look at the whole Safety 1st Ready! Newborn Nursery Kit. This group of thoughtfully selected products provides a parent with the essential items for any nursery. What is inside can help to track infant feed schedules, clip tiny fingernails, smooth hair for a photo op, and more.

Besides these tools, the Newborn Nursery Kit also includes a handy New Baby Guide packed with helpful information for new parents. The included storage box keeps all of these items neatly organized and close at hand.

Product Highlights

  • A thoughtful compilation of baby grooming accessories
  • Neat storage box to keep your 30 selected baby items
  • Track your baby feeds with the tracker bracelet
  • Ergonomically designed toothbrush for the learning-toddler years
  • Digital 3-in-1 thermometer with 5 probe covers
  • Bottle medicine dispenser, 6 antimicrobial alcohol wipes
  • A cradle cap brush for the baby’s delicate scalp
  • Soft and easy-grip brush and a chunky grip comb
  • Sturdy grip nail clippers, 5 emery boards, Emery board case
  • Emergency information card for new parents
  • Dosage tracking card

With all of these helpful accessories, this kit makes a great baby shower gift for parents-to-be! To learn more about this product, look for it on our store page.

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