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Baby Care: Essential items for traveling with little baby


1. A portable changing mat
Get a good changing mat.  Your baby will have her nappy changed more than 5000 times unless you are lucky.  It is easy whip out your portable change mat and go into damage control mode.  My one have pockets for wipes and nappies.  It is convenient.

2. Baby Bjorn front carrier
This is the best carrier.  It not only saves my back, it is so convenient freeing my both hands to do things while carrying her.

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  1. We need best baby care products to take very good care of our baby; therefore we are always looking for best baby care products. Here we can get some good baby care products those are suitable for our baby while traveling; so before traveling we need to take these products with us which helps us during traveling.

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