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    I remember so well bringing home my first baby from the hospital. We thought we were so prepared. That we had every bit of gear, gizmo, and product a baby could need. But when that first night hit us newbie parents, we found ourselves suddenly missing and needing several items.

    7 Newborn toiletries to keep on hand #infants #newborn #babycare @BabyCenter



    • Maria Swanson

      Safety 1st Quick Read Ear Thermometer (Baby Product) B001UFB3GE

    • Pamela Bavier

      Safety 1st Quick Read Ear Thermometer by Dorel Juvenile Group. $17.99. Save 28% Off!.

    • tamara

      Safety 1st Quick Read Ear Thermometer | Toys"R"Us Australia, Official Site - Toys, Games, Outdoor Fun, Baby Products & More

    • Elizabeth Caldwell

      @Overstock - The Safety 1st Quick Read Ear Thermometer features a large, easy-to-read digital display. Fever alert, memory recall, and one-second reading make this easy-to-hold thermometer a favorite of both parents and hospitals. $24.94

    • Sarah Talamantez

      Perfect for any parent, this quick-read ear thermometer from Safety 1st has a built-in fever alert and offers a fast one-second reading. You will love its easy-to-read digital display and memory recall function that displays past temperatures.

    • Christie Richard

      7 Newborn toiletries to keep on hand #babycenterknowsgear @BabyCenter

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