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.
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 remember vividly from my childhood that my own mother used to tape up a visual guide of how to do the heimlich maneuver and cpr inside her pantry, and I would see it whenever I opened it to grab some snacks. Soon enough, I had the visuals committed to memory due to seeing them daily, despite me being 6 years old. I can still picture them to this day!
Being a visual learner, 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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