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From Introducing baby to the Family Dog
Snippet of Tips for Success...
3: Allow for Walks and outside time: Ensure the dog is still being walked and getting out of the house, as part of the daily routine, however, this cannot be Mum as she has just gone through a major Birth / C-sec and her body needs time to recover she is also probably breastfeeding, so all you lovely Dads/ Partners this falls to you.
Ensure the walks are regular and that your dog has opportunities to get out for their daily constitutionals!
Is it unrealistic to expect a dog to wait all day to go out, if need be you could also hire a reputable dog walker to help with this even if just once or twice a week.
This will help the dog to run off its energy and not to be bored in the house all day.
Put this in place for a few weeks BEFORE the baby's arrival, that way this has become part of your dog's routine, and your dog will be happy to go out, while you are in.
Snippet of Tips for success from the vault
from keeping baby cool in summer...
Signs Baby is too hot:
Restless at sleep time - unable to settle - if usually settles well, try going in and taking off layers - offer drink then try and re-settle.
Clammy skin - sweaty - damp
Breathing quickly... panting...
hot to the touch...
Very lethargic/sleepy.. more than usual...
.If you cannot wake baby, call for medical assistance.
Cool baby down as much as you can, take off clothes / offer an extra feed or a drink of cool boiled water - / turn up the fan/air conditioner - cool down the room.
Give baby a cool wash this helps them to cool down - this is if the baby has no temperature. Do not put them in a cold bath, This is very dangerous.
just cool them down with a face flannel.
if you have any concerns that baby is too hot or struggling, call for medical assistance.
Snippet of a Blogpost from the vault
From Safer sleep week Tips...
The Importance of Temperature
Baby and Room
The tips below were taken from my blog page: factors affecting newborn sleep:
It is important to check the baby's temperature so you can ascertain that baby is not too hot/cold or that baby is not ill - so we would check baby didn't feel clammy or wet to the touch on their skin.
( there would be other signs and signals if a baby was ill ) So this is just a precaution to check the baby is ok. Also just to check baby is not too hot/cold in bedclothes.
Current advice in the UK is that Newborns should be sleeping in a cool room.
16-20 'c however, I have often found that 16 is too cold for a newborn.
We are discussing Term babies with good weight and no medical issues - if you have a premature baby/ small for dates/ low birth weight baby- discuss with your midwife her thoughts on Room temperature.