It’s amazing the number of pregnant women who travel to the United States to make the outfit of your first baby and you want to get absolutely everything you can put in the trunk.
Receive daily several emails with questions about what to buy, quantities, etc.
But what has been is; How to buy bottles and pacifiers?
This is an interesting question, because in fact we cannot deny that is irresistible to bring an Avent bottles with 3 units for $ $10, rather than buy here where each bottle will leave almost R $50.
But the investment has not always return from the moment your son simply may not like that model of bottle or pacifier.
So today I’m going to take that hook and talk about some items also generate some doubts on the purchase and whether or not risking. Even more after the inspection at airports was far more rigid in relation to imported products.
Pacifiers: Recommend to choose 2 brands of pacifiers and bring half a dozen each. Being 3 in size 0 to 6 months and 3 in size 6 +. If your baby like any of them, you have a little to turn around and the rest purchase here. Do not buy any brand that you cannot find here then just because she thought the nice model or drawing more cute!
In my opinion the pacifier marks I would buy would be:
-Avent-Anatomy, recommended by dentists, has a protective dust cap for each pacifier and still come in pairs in a plastic box that overrides any door pacifiers. Is the best cost benefit option. It would be the first model I would try to give to the baby. My daughter took this and therefore, took the Pacifiers from Mam also because the Bill is very similar.
-Nuk-the Bill is totally different from Avent and Mam, then it is very likely that if your son doesn’t like Avent, Nuk’s. It’s pretty easy to find Nuk here.
Bottles: The first time I’ve been stockpiled brought multiple pacifiers but didn’t bring the bottles. I had to buy after here and it wasn’t cheap.
So if it is to risk, choice 2 models of bottle and bring small and 3 large 3. The nozzles are not expensive to buy here. But if you want to bring all the nozzles, it’s worth taking a chance. Then it’s easy to sell to any other mom if your baby does not use one of the brands.
In relation to the models I would recommend:
-Avent-because it is the most practical for washing, prevents cramps and spout like beak’s chest. The bottle is more used by mothers and almost all babies pick up without problems.
-Dr Browns–despite being from hell to wash because it has many parts, is the best bottle recommended for babies with colic and that has the spout more like the chest, preventing the baby that merges with breast milk, stop breast-feeding. It was the first bottle I tested on Bruna and she has adapted very well. 1 year later made the transition to Avent and she didn’t even feel the difference. So just like a pacifier, I’d try the Avent as the first model.
Bottles heater electric-I have never used this item, but if you’re one of those mothers who think they will never be able to give a milk at room temperature for your son, opt for a universal model. Because some models only fit the bottle of the same brand. If your son doesn’t get your bottle you brought, you lose the bottle and the heater.
Electrical Pump to milk-In the United States cost on average U $200, against more than R $1000 here. It’s just that you don’t know if it’s going to necessarily use. I’ve had friends who bought a super model modern but never used or used for pouquissimas times, or because they didn’t have enough milk to take or because you never had to take. So if you are with the money counted, I don’t think this is a priority item. If you need a pump can rent here by an average of R $70 per month or borrow it from someone. It’s worth checking with your friends if someone who has can lend you.
Portable dvd player and dvds–Yes, the plug and the short films dvds for babies and children are baratíssimos in the USA. But from experience, brought a portable dvd player, several short films, and when I got here just passed the Americans, all dvds have swirled in my national appliance. And how to explain to a baby that he won’t be able to watch the “Chicken Pintadinha” you just bought!? So check the point of the region, what plays and what not to touch the device you will buy. Okay that this item is on borrowed time after the Ipad. But it’s still a version much more accessible and it is essential for anyone who has a child at home.
Clothes over 6 months are also a risk, because you never know the size that your baby will be born and can be want that beautiful dress you bought for use on any occasion, nor serve more. That’s what happened to me. At Christmas to Bruna would have 3 months, I bought 2 expensive dresses size 3 that not even been at her neck.
So I always buy a size up and think about clothes that your child easy uses on a daily basis and not on a specific occasion a few months ahead.
The same goes with shoes and sneakers.
Toys-although very cheap (and in fact is), take up a lot of space in the trunk. It is worth bringing toys such as teething rings that do not occupy space, cost around here and I’m sure your baby will need at some point. Big toys like jumperoo and those filled with lights and sounds, only if you have plenty of room in the trunk, which is difficult with the purchase of the first outfit.
Breastfeeding bra–another item that generates doubts because of the size. In fact you have no way of knowing what will be the size of your breasts when the milk down. And I can assure you that it will increase a lot. Even more if you have larger breasts. So 1 size above what you use in pregnancy (increases) is sufficient. Give preference to models without side hoops or seamless. In the USA there are seamless breastfeeding tops that are so much better than bras and I highly recommend purchase because here the options are pouquissimas and of bad quality. I had a lot of trouble finding models here that held up well.
Plates, cups and cutlery-I don’t think it’s essential to bring these items as well as your baby just starting to use after 6 months, are items that we have to buy here with quality and good price. What’s worth is to bring a kit with a 3-4 silicone spoons that are expensive here and don’t take up space.
Products for baby’s hygiene and cleaning–what’s the point of bringing all the creams of Mustela Baby line or 4 boxes of wipes… a top brand, if they end up in a short time, and to return here in Brazil will be expensive?? A baby shampoo will last 2 weeks, and then you’ll end up buying a Johnson´even here when you see the same shampoo you paid U $8 cost almost R $100. The same goes for the Desitin ointment against diaper rash. Recommend bring some Desitin tubes Purple 2-3 but leave only for the days that the baby start with some rash. For day to day good old Hipoglós or national preference your ointment resolves and cheaper.
Another item that I recommend bringing because you do not use so often, lasts longer and is hard to find in Brazil, are solar protectors for baby.
And you brought something that never used or put any product on that list???
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