How to Choose the Perfect Baby Bath Towel? - Parents Room & Child Development Articles

The little ones deserve comfort and softness at all times. And, as we said before, the preparation of the outfit needs to be carefully done. An essential part of this set of articles, the baby bath towel is one of their greatest allies. Used daily, the piece must guarantee the care and softness children need.

The babies' soft skin and the quality of the product need to be considered. However, there are other features that must be analyzed when you are going to choose the baby bath towel. To help you make the best decision, we show you some aspects that make these items perfect for children. Check them out:

Why not opt for a regular one?

The baby towel offers a number of advantages compared to the regular ones. As it is smaller, wrapping the little one in the piece during his first baths when washing his face is easier. This task is indicated to prevent the little ones from being exposed to the cold during this activity.

Another important benefit is that the reduced size of the baby towel also allows it to dry faster, which improves the turnover of this piece in your home.

Children's skin is very delicate. Therefore, avoid synthetic fabrics, especially during the first years of a child's life. Thus, by choosing a baby bath towel made of 100% cotton, you ensure maximum softness and quality. A special charm is offered by the velvety touch pieces that gently embrace the little ones.

Details that matter in the baby bath towel

When buying a baby bath towel, many factors need to be analyzed. Some pieces have a hood that helps dry the little ones' heads and protects their ears. Finishes, such as embroidery, also serve as allies, making the pieces functional and beautiful.

Regarding the design, it is important to look for products in light tones. Choosing between a plain or printed option varies according to the decoration style proposed in the children's room. As it is necessary to have a minimum of four baby towels in the layette, you can innovate by selecting different types!

How to prepare the best bath

The baby towel is one of the factors that contribute to an unforgettable bath time. After all, this ritual increases your proximity with your child, creating a real bond. Therefore, it is essential to pay attention to details in order to make this experience pleasant and comfortable. Here are some of them:

• Leave within reach all the items and products to be used before, during and after the bath;

• The water needs to be at a pleasant temperature for the children's delicate skin. Always test before bathing;

• Bathe in a warmer environment, without draughts. This ensures your baby's comfort;

• Give priority to products suitable for children, from cosmetics to baby clothes

• Wrap him in the baby's bath towel. Then, gently wipe him with soft movements on his body;

• Pay attention to the little one's preferences. Babies like routine and, therefore, it is indicated to always give bath at the same time of the day. Know your child's tastes and set a schedule;

• As the little one grows, it is indicated to use an infant bathrobe. This piece, besides helping the after-bath, offers comfort and softness for leisure time.

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How do you know when you have enough baby clothes?

With my 5 year old We had to have a lot of spare clothes on hand (15-20 outfits in a size), he was a puker. With my 6 month old, he could get by one 1-3 outfits per size. I suggest you get about 7-8 in each size and buy more as needed. Do not forget people will often gift clothing and hand me downs are also very common, so I would not worry about getting too much yourself.

What would you do if someone gave you 3 big boxes of stained baby clothes?

Make sure that you show appreciation even if you do not use them...just so her feelings do not get hurt--I do agree that people should not give away stained clothes...what I would do--is pick out the few that do not have stains on them and the ones that are cute with minimal staining and bleach them in color safe bleach. could always use them for outfits around the house. And no, breastmilk does not stain like formula-at least from my experience

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Commentary: Winter Olympics Thaw Won't Warm Young South Koreans to Unity
The woman from North Korea was following the standard party line. "All Koreans all over the world dream of and are working towards unification," she told me as we chatted in Pyongyang three years ago. "Actually, I hate to tell you this," I cautiously replied, "but I've spent some time in the Village Down There," borrowing a euphemism Northerners use for South Korea. "Young people have largely lost interest in unification. They see the Koreas as two separate countries and don't think it's necessary to rejoin." It was, I think, the first time she'd heard such an idea. She stuttered and changed the subject. The long-lasting effect of the Winter Olympics that start in South Korea on Feb. 9 may bring that message home to her compatriots in the North - and those on the South Korean left. Pyongyang's charm offensives on the South will no longer work; younger South Koreans just don't care that much about unification. Pyongyang has long appealed to Southern sentiments about bringing together the "ethnic community" of Koreans as a way to try to earn support while undermining conservative South Koreans who support the U.S.-Korea Alliance. Targeting Southerners' emotions about the nexus of race and family, particularly during Seoul's "Sunshine Policy" outreach of the 2000s, was in part a way to say, "Look, we want to work with you, our southern brothers and sisters, but the Americans are standing in our way." The recent appeals to a cooperative spirit saw Pyongyang and the Moon Jae-in government rush into a number of exchanges and conciliatory measures in early January, centered on the Olympics. These include a joint North-South Ice Hockey team, a joint ski practice at North Korea's Masikryong resort, a cheer squad and Northern exhibitions of Taekwondo, as well as concerts by a Northern orchestra. Let's look at how Moon's poll numbers have fared as his team put these events together. In the middle of January Moon's approval rating dropped to 67 percent, Gallup Korea reported, and was down to 64 percent by the end of the month. It had been at 73 percent at the beginning of the year. The pollsters found the drop amongst young people was especially severe and that it was forcing the creation of the Joint Olympic team that engendered the most opprobrium. This dip in popularity isn't a catastrophe, of course, and some of President Moon's slide in opinion polls is also tied to his robust attempts to bring crytopcurrency trading under state control too. And this again speaks to how young people - the country's biggest demographic of Bitcoin traders - are interested in the core promises he was elected on: clean governance and economic opportunity. Nonetheless, at least some of the disapproval is clearly connected to Moon's eagerness to offer North Koreans multiple seats at the Olympic banquet table. When 12 North Koreans were added to the South Korean women's hockey squad, one poll showed 70 percent disapproval, while another showed a more even split, with 44.1 percent opposed and 42.5 percent in favor. This is part of a trend in which younger South Koreans are either apathetic about or actively hostile towards North Korea. An Asan Institute study from 2015 found that "youth detachment from North Korea" was "perhaps the most important recurring theme in the public opinion data" during the preceding five years. "While this cohort is clearly progressive on issues such as gay marriage, it also identifies as conservative on hard security issues," the study found. Indeed, Moon's numbers remained high when he agreed to deploy the THAAD anti-missile system in August 2017. That choice had 72 percent support amongst South Koreans. There are always concerns about the reliability of polling on North Korea, but these findings align with other observations. We can infer that younger South Koreans are hawkish because their views of the North have been framed by coming of age during a period in which Seoul blamed Pyongyang for the 2010 sinking of the Cheonan warship that killed 46 sailors; the North's shelling of the island of Yeonpyong-do that same year, and Pyongyang's increasingly aggressive nuclear and missile-testing program. Moreover, globalization and the battle to compete in difficult economic circumstances inform young South Koreans' perceptions of themselves and their position in the world. It's clear that in many ways life is tougher for those in their 20s than it was for their parents. Given their own economic struggles, young people are not in favor of blithely giving financial handouts to the North. Many are not even in favor of giving hard-earned roster spots on their national hockey team to North Koreans. Liberal and progressive values are also a factor. More young people have studied or traveled abroad. They've consumed foreign media and seen mixed-race marriages normalized. Their attitudes towards bloodlines and purity of race and identity have changed. And, unlike their parents, they've never actually known anyone from the North. The division of the peninsula is a political, but not a personal fact. Given the DPRK's dysfunctions, it is unsurprising they think unification with the Northern state is unattractive. When North Korea called for "all Koreans" to promote cooperation and unification last month, young South Koreans heard it, but they're unlikely to act on it. They'll still be curious as they watch the Northerners visiting their country, but won't be rapt and full of hope the way audiences were during the outreach of the early 2000s. Moon is a democratic, pragmatic politician. If he gets too far ahead of prevailing sentiments, he will adjust. How Pyongyang will react is a different matter. Some of Pyongyang's elite - global travelers and internet users - already know about the trend lines among younger South Koreans. Some, particularly older decision-makers, probably do not. If the charm offensive fails to have the impact it did in decades past, will they adjust their messaging? It is possible to imagine Pyongyang dampening down unification rhetoric and shifting towards messages of coexistence for audiences outside their borders. But it is also possible that the North will double down on propaganda that no longer really works, in an attempt to mobilize sentiments that no longer really exist. Neither approach is likely to succeed if the North continues its cycle of weapons testing and provocation. The opacity of elite decision-making in Pyongyang makes it hard to predict its responses. What we can already see the outline of, however, is that the Pyeongchang Olympics will be a watershed in how both Koreas understand each other.
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