Parenting a newborn? Check.
Bookmark this page for an easy way to find what you need for those smiley, squirmy, can’t-miss moments of parenthood.
In the first month of life, newborns typically need a diaper change 6–9 times a day. (Yes, really).
With so many diaper changes every day, you’ll love the ability to throw these away.
Nursing & feeding
Newborns only need breast milk or formula for their first few months of life—no solids necessary!
Drinking from a bottle is natural for Baby. They’ll let you know the type they prefer.
Newborns can’t sit up on their own, so get a baby tub or seat to help support them as you suds and love ’em up.
Being born is hard work! Be prepared for Baby to sleep a lot and maybe get their days and nights confused.
It’ll be awhile before Baby can play, grab or move on their own. The right toys and gear help get Baby ready for every stage.
Your first day out with Baby is a big deal. Find what you need to leave with confidence and help keep Baby safe and content.
Soothing & comforting
Newborn babies are too young for medicine. If Baby has a fever or you think they might be sick, talk to your pediatrician.