Huggies Nursery Sweepstakes
Baby Nursery Sweepstakes
Our local neighborhood market has it all. From grocery to baby needs we've got you covered. Now for a limited time, enter for your chance to win a nursery make over and other amazing baby themed prizes from our friends at Huggies.
After you've entered to win, check out below for 3 things first time parents, and all parents for that matter, need to know. Plus discover some creative nursery organizational hacks.
Last but certainly no least find new ways to save with yes on baby items at your local neighborhood market!
Enter for a chance to WIN!
Grand Prize: Baby nursery makeover
Second Prize: A year of Huggies
Third Prize: $100 store gift card (5 available).
Nursery Organization Hacks
hacks and hangers
Save space and hangers by hanging up to 3 onsies on one hanger. The key is to hang them upside down!
There is no good way to fold a bib, so don't! Hang many bibs on just one hanger. It's easy to store and easily accessible!
Bins, Bins and More Bins
We all know storage bins are all the rave these days. But in a nursery there are so many tiny items you MUST organize with bins. Add multiple shallow bins to a drawer to separate items, utilize the space under the crib for a bin of too big or too small clothing or your stash of extra diapers and lastly, fill a few bins of toys and rattles that can be taken out but easily put away.
That's Not What It's For
Use other household items to organize your nursery such as an over-the-door shoe holder for receiving blankets, bibs and even toiletries like lotion, oil and baby powder.
Instead of taking floor space for a book shelf utilize the wall space for floated book holders. You could even use this idea near the change table for changing necessities.
Lastly try using a laundry basket for large toy storage like stuffed animals or building blocks.
First Time Parents - What You Need to Know
Be aware of the most common choking hazards for your child's age groups and always make sure they are sitting up while eating (avoid eating in the stroller or car). According to the CDC here are some foods to be cautious with for children under 24 months: Uncut grapes or cherries, uncooked dry fruit such as raisins, larger chunks of meat or cheese, jelly beans, chunks of peanut butter, marshmallows, chewing gum and popcorn.
Poison control is open 24/7. It's safest to bring the slightest concern to them (or your family doctors) if an incident occurs. Save the number in your phone today!
Baby-Proofing Your House
As your little ones grow so will their curiosity. Make sure to remove all breakable, sharp or potentially hazardous decor prior to your baby becoming mobile. Keep cupboards with chemicals closed and off limits with baby proofing kits or items as simple as rubber-bands.
Before your child is mobile take baby proofing precautions that could benefit your infant. For example, invest in a dehumidifier/humidifier or air purifier for the household air and always remove any paint chips or shavings from the walls especially if your home was built prior to 1978 as it could contain lead.
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