View Mobile Site

Related Articles

  • There are no articles found.

Friends to Follow

Diane Miller

What to buy for baby

Text Size: Small Large Medium
    Buying clothes and supplies in preparation for your new baby is exciting. But with so many products to choose from, making decision may be confusing.
    Babies grow rapidly and therefore outgrow their clothes in about three months. You will have to decide whether it is more practical to buy fewer items and wash more often or buy more clothes and wash less frequently. Many parent have found the following items useful:
  •  Knit shirts
  •  Stretch play/sleepers
  •  Kimonos or gowns
  •  Receiving blankets
  •  Socks and/or booties
    Proper laundry care is needed to help clothes last longer. First, remove stains before laundering. Soak formula and diaper stains in a mixture of 1 quart lukewarm water, 2 teaspoons detergent, and 1 tablespoon ammonia for 15 minutes. Rinse with water then soak in 1 quart warm water and 1 tablespoon enzyme product for 30 minutes before washing.
    Select a stroller with the following features:
  •  A firm, vertical backrest
  •  A canopy high enough to allow headroom
  •  Seat belts
  •  Brakes that can be securely locked
  •  A latch that prevent accidental folding
  •  A wide base to prevent tipping.
    For more information on parenting and baby care, contact Diane at (912) 871-0504,, or
  • Bookmark and Share

SUBSCRIBE to the Statesboro Herald print edition or online e-Edition and get EXCLUSIVE news and information online with complete access to all complete stories on Now you'll have Soundoff, Local Birth Announcements and columnists like Jan Moore, Phil Boyum, Roger Allen, John Bressler and Holli Bragg. Also, Letters to the Editor, Local Editorials and many new exclusive items will all be there just for you! And, when you're away from home, you can read the paper page by page anywhere, anytime from your computer with your subscription.



Commenting is not available.

Commenting not available.

Please wait ...