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- 伤口防护:缓解被刺激的肌肤，减轻红肿 。
- 防潮湿: 使宝宝肌肤长时间保持干燥。
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Penaten wet wipes ultra sensitive 224 wipes
Aqua, glycerin, coco-glucosides, glyceryl oleates, glyceryl polyacrylates, carbomer, lauryl glucosides, polyglyceryl-2 dipolyhydroxystearate, citric acid, sodium hydroxide, p-anisic acid, phenoxyethanol, sodium benzoate.
Penaten Baby Cream 150 ml
Petrolatum, Zinc Oxide, Lanolin, Talc, Aqua, Hamamelis Virginiana (With Hazel) Bark/Leaf/Twig Extract, Hamamelis Virginiana Water, Allantoin, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Cetylpyridinium Chloride, Paraffinum Liquidum, Helianthus Annus Seed Oil, Tocopherol, Alcohol, Perfume, CI 40800
With zinc oxide, natural wool fat, panthenol, allantoin and hamamelis extract;
skin compatibility dermatologically tested.
WITHOUT allergy-suspicious fragrances
Penaten Powder 100g
Penaten Intensive Care Milk 400ml
Aqua, Glycerin, Cetyl Alcohol, Glycine Soy Oil, Helianthus Annuus SeedOil, Zea Mays Starch, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate, HydrogenatedPalmGlycerides, Oleic/Linoleic/LinolenicMauritia FlexuosaFruit Oil, Sodium Cocoyl Amino Acids, Sarcosine, Potassium Aspartate, Magnesium Aspartate, OleaEuropaea Leaf Extract, Chamomilla RecutitaExtract, Aloe Barbadensis Gel, Tocopherol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Dimethicone, Carbomer, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Hydroxide, Tetrasodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben, Parfum
The first days with baby: Welcome to the world!
Time for closeness and peace
The best way to start your family life is in peace and quiet. Midwives recommend that new mothers or families snuggle up at home for a week or two and forget about the rest of the world.
Of course, it is not necessarily easy to withdraw when friends and relatives want to congratulate or see the baby. Here, however, you may set priorities. If it gets too much for you, you can simply put off visiting people to a later appointment. The mobile phone can be switched off or at least silent for a longer period of time.
After all, you need time to...
- ...to get to know you first.
- ...to learn how to breastfeed or to find the best rhythm for the bottle meals.
- and get used to getting up at night.
- ...to familiarize you with the new, tiny family member and build a close relationship with the child (called bonding)
- ...to perfect the processes of diaper changing, baby care and baby bathing.
- ...cope with the new family member messing up your usual daily routine all the time.
Don't forget: important dates
In spite of all the privacy in the first few days, there are a few organizational points that you must definitely think about:
- The U2 at the pediatrician's, if it wasn't already done in the hospital.
- Apply for a birth certificate within 1 week after birth, if this has not already been done in the clinic.
- Inform the employer about the birth, also in the first week after the birth.
- Register your baby with health insurance
- Send the application for maternity pay
- If necessary, inform the day nurseries where you have registered your child about the birth.
Break for Mama - Rest and Relax After Birth
In the beginning you should concentrate more on sleeping, resting and activities while lying or sitting. Your body must finally recover from great efforts and is undergoing many changes in regression. It is not for nothing that the first six to eight weeks after birth are called the puerperium. Therefore, indulge yourself in little pampering pauses in between to recharge your batteries. It's good for you and your baby.
Here are some ideas for mamma breaks
- A nap as soon as the little darling is asleep, especially after breastfeeding or bottle feeding, because babies like to fall asleep satisfied right after drinking. Just find a comfortable place on the bed or sofa for breastfeeding or feeding so you can snooze a little with your baby.
- Slow down. The first few days with baby are exciting. After a while, however, the handholds become routine and boredom can arise. After all, your "parents' everyday life" is now less varied and you also get less speech than before in the profession. Try to use this time of deceleration. The baby challenges you enough - adapt to its rhythm and enjoy the time of monotony. This will quickly be over when your baby starts discovering the world.
- Allow yourself some free time from time to time and ask others for support. It's good when friends or grandparents look after your child for an hour or two. So you can do things that are important for you and your well-being undisturbed. A walk with your partner, pursuing your hobby, a visit at the hairdresser's...
Division of tasks between mum and dad
How you and your partner divide the big and small tasks in everyday baby life between you depends on many factors. It depends on whether Dad takes parental leave or not, how much support she gets from her grandparents, how much time she has and how the everyday life is structured. Here each pair finds an individual solution.
The only important thing is that you as parents actually find a solution. The wishes and needs should be communicated here right from the start. So you can make clear rules before someone feels unfairly treated.
Rules on task sharing affect things like:
- Taking care of the sparrow at night
- Take care of the baby alone, while the other one has time to himself.
- If you are not breast-feeding: Give vials
- Comfort the baby when it screams
- Changing nappies / nappies
- put to bed
How to get to know and understand your baby
I'm sure you've asked yourself over and over again during your pregnancy what it will be like when your baby arrives. Now that it is in the world, you can finally get to know this little person properly, understand him and learn to love him even more. That's how it works:
Not every baby is the same. Even the youngest have their peculiarities and preferences. In time, you'll find out what your baby likes and doesn't like. You do this by observing his reactions in different situations. Are you happy bathing? Does breast-feeding complain if you ate garlic the day before? Is it better in the morning than in the evening?
Even newborns can express their needs quite well, even if they cannot yet speak. And we can also understand their signals instinctively, so rely on your feelings. Your baby uses eye contact and body language to communicate with you. By looking at you attentively and making encouraging arm and leg movements, it shows, for example, that it wants to play or cuddle with you. By turning its head and body to the side, it usually signals that it needs a break, and of course your baby screams or cries to show you that it needs something.
Even more love. In the weeks after the birth your strong love feeling for your child increases again. With some parents this feeling develops slowly now, this is also completely normal. This strong feeling of togetherness is also called bonding. You can also consciously accelerate the attachment to your baby. This is often particularly important for dads, who are unable to create an intensive bond through pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Postpartum depression: tears in the greatest happiness
When mamas hold their newborn in their arms, most of them are first flooded with a feeling of great happiness. After all the months of waiting, after the exhausting hours of giving birth, her baby is finally here. A wonderful, very special moment! However, most women also experience in the following days that their feelings are sometimes surprisingly mixed. That suddenly everything becomes too much for them and the tears flow. This mood crash, which usually occurs between the 3rd and 10th day, is called baby blues or postpartum depression. In medicine, one speaks of postpartum depression or postnatal depression (PND).
Causes for the baby blues
No mom should blame herself for that. The reason for this mood are the great physical and psychological efforts of pregnancy and childbirth. In addition, there are the strong hormonal changes after birth.
If these feelings last longer and are still present one month after birth, it may be postpartum depression. Even for a depression no one has to be ashamed! In such a case, however, you should seek professional advice from a midwife or doctor.
You deserve support - the midwife will help you
Remember that you are entitled to daily home visits from your midwife for the first 10 days after birth. She can help you with all your questions about physical changes, your mental state, breastfeeding and baby care.