Guest Post: Dr. Alan Greene – Top 5 Tips for New Parents

Dr. Greene’s Top 5 Tips for New Parents:
Moms are stressed about the BPA toxins that you’re always hearing about and they’re looking for the best, safest solutions for their babies. The solution is the new BPA, toxin-free baby products from BornFree, the most well recognized baby safety company in the country, famed for being the first to develop safe baby products totally free of the dangerous chemicals Bisphenol-A (BPA), Phthalates and PVC (sold at Whole Foods, Babies R US). Pediatrician Dr. Alan Greene who discusses below how safe they really are and what moms should know: 

1. Get your home in order before the baby arrives: Clean, organize, and find a place to store all baby products, so they can be easily accessible.

2. Find the places that are open all night and who will deliver to your home – keep a running and accessible list of nearby pharmacies, grocery stores, etc. and have these numbers readily available.

3. Keeping your baby safe is important. Choosing products that are BPA- and toxic-chemical-free is a key part of protecting your baby. One way to help do this is to choose products from a company like BornFree, whose entire line of baby bottles, pacifiers, teethers, training cups, extra niples, etc., is free of BPA, phthalates, and other estrogens. You can purchase them easily at, Whole Foods, and various outlets across the country. With each new choice, keep your baby’s safety and health in mind.
4. Try and get on a good sleep schedule ahead of time to adjust to both your needs and your baby needs. Once the baby arrives, try to nap when the baby naps. Nursing helps with this (in addition to providing the very best food for your baby and improving your own health) by making you and your baby drowsy after feeds. When your baby is awake and not nursing, taking turns between parents, when possible, is a great way to ensure both parties are tending to the baby while taking care of their own health as well and getting as much rest as they possibly can.

5. Read up beforehand and don’t be afraid to ask your pediatrician questions even before the baby arrives in your home such as what to expect for feeding, sleeping and general care of your child.

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