As soon as it hit me that I was expecting a baby, I hit the books- uh, I mean, laptop- to start doing some research. Researching and reading as much as I can about something I was going through and something I was interested in has always been my go-to move for dealing with it.
Now, I don't mean "dealing with it" as if it's a dreaded issue or something negative... on the contrary. I get a high off researching and reading, and I am always looking forward to the next new thing I can learn about. It fuels my excitement and is a way for me to be prepared for all possible scenarios and have some form of control. Everyone likes to have some level of control, right?
Alright, let's cut to the chase. I want to share the most helpful infographics I found to date. I printed them out and stuck them on the inside of my pantry and on my fridge for easy access, and my life has never been the same. I can only speak personally when I say I can't imagine taking care of my child without these to have on hand. These are quick to reference, especially when I need answers to certain situations ASAP.
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Here they are, in no particular order, and I hope they help you:
- (Please see the source of this photo near the bottom of the graphic)
2. Source: NewbornHub.com
3. Source: ClevelandClinic.org/HealthHub
4. Source: sheknows.com
5. Source: American Academy of Pediatrics
6. Source: safesleep.monbaby.com
7. Source: kiddicare.com
8. Source: SureFire CPR
9. Source: www.PreparednessMama.com
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