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Always a sad day when you clip baby's finger when cutting their nails [R]10 months, 2 weeks agomamas_horngry posted submission on beyondthebump.
Sept. 3, 2018
He's already over it and it would only bleed if I squeezed it. I still feel SO bad though! 😩😢
Nails and teeth! [R]2 years, 2 months agokerida1 posted submission on toddlers.
May 21, 2017
Has anyone else's toddler started making it harder and harder and harder to trim their nails? My 19 month old son has gotten to where he refuses to let me trim his nails peacefully, and it escalates to a full on wrestling match, arms and legs holding him down, so that I can trim the talons. And I hate doing that, and I'm sure it will just make it harder the next time.
And any clipper recommendations? We've been using the Piyo scissors since he was born, and I've only ever cut him once over a year ago. I hate how much he hates it now, but man those things hurt if I don't trim them!
Brushing his teeth is a story for another day. I'm only able to do it by turning the toothbrush into a spaceship that zooms at his head and then flies away, and every so often he'll smile and let me get in there to scrub. I don't want to make that a traumatizing event either, but he needs clean teeth!
May 21, 2017
So i can't remember what age i switched to my current method but i think it was around 2. Before that i cut his nails by putting a video on youtube with music and he would be distracted with that as we sing i would clip away. Then i switched to have 4 m&m type candy and he gets one per hand & feet, i may have done a few more for feet when we started to keep him happy. Now he knows he gets the 4 m&m type candy when we are done, i cut all then give them to him after (he is 2.5 yrs). my husband and I both let him watch us cut our nails too and i close the clipper and have him pretend he is cutting our nails. I have used this nail clipper since he was born, clipped him once when i tried to switch nail clippers so went back to my trusty friend. Safety 1st Sleepy Baby Nail Clipper https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001579YRM/ref=cmswrcpapi_EeAizb9D6J10Q
For teeth when he use to resist i would lay him on my bed and tell him i am tickling his teeth, would tickle his belly and when he laughed i would go in with the toothbrush and say tickle tickle tickle, he started to love brushing time and would laugh as soon as he saw the tooth brush. We then moved to getting him on a step stool in bathroom so he can reach the sink etc and feel big and switched to having 2 toothbrushes and he gets to pick the color he wants and i get the other and we take turns brushing, then we just took turns with the 1 toothbrush, whichever color he picks (makes him feel like he had a choice in brushing). I now got him a battery toothbrush (yes i know too early but i hold it all the time and it is to get him use to the sound so he does not flip at dentist) and that is super fun for him, he lets me brush away with that as long as he gets to turn it on and off. I highly recommend the multiple toothbrushes thou to give kiddo a choice of which toothbrush vs brush or no brush. Also let him watch you brush, make exaggerated eeeees and ahhhhhs maybe let SO brush yours or other way so kid sees, have kid hold your brush and brush your teeth while u do the eees and ahhhs.
I'd love to hear your baby gear recommendations [R]2 years, 9 months agoJustbecause4567 posted submission on Mommit.
Oct. 21, 2016
I am making an Excel sheet with all the things. I am a member of a group for people who are trying or recently pregnant. They have asked for a document listing gear in an organized way. I have posted a lot about gear because it's my jam and they love that but now I'm making an organized document with all the information in it.
Okay so I need your recommendations. I need to know the product name and why you liked it. I can find the rest of the info.
Categories I have:
- Car seats (infant, convertible, and booster)
- Strollers (Umbrella, travel systems, and modular/structure)
- Clothes (PJs, outfits, onesies, etc.)
- Feeding (Pumps, bottles, plates, bowls, utensils, sippy cups, cups, place mats, highchairs and bibs)
- Sleeping (cribs, mattresses, bassinets, travel cribs, noise machines, is there anything else?)
- Toys (infant, toddler, and kids)
- Bathing (tubs, soap, shampoo, towels, etc.)
- Diapering (cloth, disposables, wipes, cans, rash cream, changing pads)
- Diaper bags
- Carriers (ring slings, soft structures, wraps, and structured)
- Health (nail clippers, nasal aspirators, colic medicine/remedies, gas remedies, teethers etc)
- Swings, bouncers, seats like the bumbo, play mats, other random things that I don't know what category they belong in.
Thank you in advance. I'm also going to post this on beyondthebump so sorry for the double post.
Oct. 21, 2016
I'll bite. At least in the health category. I absolutely love the Safety 1st Steady Grip Infant Clipper because I think it's easier to hold in you hand than other styles. For gas pains I loved Fridababy's The Windi Gas and Colic Reliever for Babies.... seriously, only wish I discovered it sooner. For diaper rash & prevention Earth Mama Angel Baby Bottom Balm, Natural Diaper Cream. Earth Mama also makes a nipple butter that's amazing for nursing & pumping discomfort. I'm going to post Amazon links, but it'll be my first time posting links from my iPhone so please don't be too harsh with me if it doesn't turn out well ;)
Safety 1st Sleepy Baby Nail Clipper https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001579YRM/ref=cmswrcpapiDLRcybJXVQRTC The Windi Gas and Colic Reliever for Babies 10 pc https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007RAGALO/ref=cmswrcpapihMRcybQNKKD0B Earth Mama Angel Baby Non GMO Natural Nipple Butter Nursing Cream, Lanolin Free, 2 Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000JVCBBG/ref=cmswrcpapieNRcybJ7WMEM7 Earth Mama Angel Baby Bottom Balm, Natural Diaper Cream, Made with Organic Calendula to Soothe and Moisturize Sensitive Skin, Vegan and Safe for Cloth Diapers 2 fl. oz. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0021HR94K/ref=cmswrcpapiQNRcybSQG0YXK
The hell of cutting a baby's nails... [R]3 years, 3 months agobrowneyedgirl79 posted submission on beyondthebump.
April 12, 2016
Is there an easier way to do this shit? My 2 month old absolutely hates me cutting her nails. I ended up accidentally cutting a little part of her finger by the nail and I feel absolutely terrible.
April 12, 2016
We have these, and have been able to cut Savannah's nails wherever and whenever. They are awesome. She is perfectly content with me cutting them with them, but she won't let her Daddy or teenage sisters even get close. I've been doing them since day 1.
Any tips for trimming a newborns nails? [R]3 years, 10 months agoSept. 1, 2015
Sept. 1, 2015
Yep! Totally with you on the biting thing. I honestly tried, but just couldn't do it. I bought these clippers that has LED lights. http://www.amazon.com/Safety-1st-Sleepy-Baby-Clipper/dp/B001579YRM I find them really helpful and I haven't clipped her skin since I started using them. They're kinda annoying for toenails though because of the bulky case.
My husband is terrified of clipping her nails after nicking her once, so he just uses a file.
Registry Must-Haves? [R]4 years, 4 months agobellyfullofwine posted submission on BabyBumps.
March 2, 2015
I'm a first time mom and my baby shower is creeping up. I just sent out invitations and I'm reviewing my registry...I registered at Target. Anyways, what are items I absolutely need and what are items I won't really use? Like, do I really need a pack n play? A bumbo? A bouncer thing for when he's a bit bigger? What do I need multiples of? Please help!
March 2, 2015
- These are the best nail clippers. The light makes it SO much easier to see what you're doing. Clip when baby's sleeping. We've not had one clipper-related accident yet.
- I use my boppy all the time! It's great for feedings, helping him when he was learning to sit, etc. I've used it everyday since he was born. Get an extra cover though, trust me.
- The pack n play was useful, especially in the beginning. My son doesn't like babywearing (boo!), so I set the pack n play up in the living room or kitchen for him to nap while I got things done. Sometimes I'd use the swing, but it's not good for babies to spend too much time sitting in swings. We also do a fair amount of traveling to visit family, so it has been great for that. *Someone else mentioned the ducky thermometer--that has been awesome! Also, hooded towels make things easier. This has also made bath time easier!
Suggestions for clipping babys nails [R]4 years, 6 months agoBo_Peep posted submission on Mommit.
Jan. 5, 2015
My LO is 5 months old and I need to clip his nails but the last time I used clippers I got a tiny bit of skin on his thumb and he started crying, I was crying and it took forever to stop bleeding. I've tried biting his nails but they just end up jagged and rough. I've tried while he's sleeping, it's just so hard to do nails that are not your own! I've heard good things about nail scissors. Any other recommendations? He keeps scratching his face and I feel so bad but I don't want to accidentally clip his skin again.
Jan. 5, 2015
Try cutting them when dude is fresh out of the bath. Nail is softer and easier to clip through. Also, try these: http://www.amazon.com/Safety-1st-Sleepy-Baby-Clipper/dp/B001579YRM They are lighted, and if you still don't feel comfortable with them, use the little emory board that comes with it instead. :)