It's Like a Handbook for your New Baby!
The Best Baby Shower Gift!
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Dr. Carey’s™ Baby Care Book is a doctor’s original baby care guide for that important first year. Over 120 pictures in 96 pages covers everything one would expect from a doctor’s visit.
Diaper Rash Ointment & Skin Protectant* Although Dr. Carey’s™ Baby Care book will make you an expert at healing diaper rashes, frequent use of this ointment will likely keep your baby rash free.
Hawaii Medical’s GumDrop™ Pacifier Don’t ask why, but babies absolutely love this pacifier. When your baby is quiet, you’ll love it too!
Squirt Bottle for Homemade Saline Solution As nature’s best decongestant, nasal saline is easy to make and simple to use with Dr. Carey’s™ clear directions.
Digital Thermometer Let Dr. Carey take the anxiety out of fevers. A thermometer is far more useful when accompanied by the explanation of fever in Dr. Carey’s™ Baby Care book.
Dr. Carey’s™ Baby Care Guide Table of Contents:
Development – Look at What My Baby Did
Rashes, Rashes, Rashes
Those Messy Diapers
Minor Medical Problems
The Sick Baby
* A&D Ointment. Active Ingredients: Petrolatum 53.4%, Lanolin 15.5%. Inactive Ingredients: Cod liver oil (contains vitamins A & D), fragrance, light mineral oil, microcrystalline wax, paraffin. Store 15° to 30° C (59° to 86° F). Use: Soothes, protects and treats minor skin irritations such as scrapes, cuts, burns, chaffing, chapping, cracks and diaper rashes. Directions: Apply liberally as often as necessary to affected skin areas. Use on diaper rashes. Change wet and soiled diapers promptly. Cleanse and dry diaper area skin. Apply liberally to irritated skin, especially during sleep or travel periods when exposure to irritants may be prolonged. Warnings: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use on punctures and deep wounds or serious burns, abrasions, infections, lacerations or bites. If symptoms worsen or do not improve within 7 days, stop use and consult a doctor. If swallowed, get immediate medical help or contact a Poison Control Center.