Archive for May 8th, 2012
The footwear and clothing, in general, the baby should be special and meet the needs of the children, to promote their comfort. Parents should examine the baby’s feet often to see if there is a pinch point, i.e., a pink or red area possibly due to pressure from shoes.
The selection of shoes appropriate at the outset can prevent crooked fingers then mounted over or slide under the other. If any condition and does not disappear when changing shoes, consult a doctor.
The costumes can be made of fine cotton fabrics, such as cambric, crepe or some kind of day. They can be worn without petticoats, unless they are needed for more shelter. The dresses of the girls, particularly those who are placed in the first few weeks, should be open to the bottom, because these are easier to apply and to clean and can be folded underneath the creature when it is in bed. Read the rest of this entry »