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    Now that I have had my first baby I am going to have to update my first aid kit. Can someone advise me on what I should have in their specific for babies, toddlers. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatnik View Post
    Now that I have had my first baby I am going to have to update my first aid kit. Can someone advise me on what I should have in their specific for babies, toddlers. Cheers
    I don't know that there would be anything different first aid wise. Perhaps some infant panadol? U could do a children's / baby first aid course? I think St John's run them and they would be able to tell u what else to have in there.

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    yeah nothing too much that your normal
    one wouldn't have !
    maybe children's panafol an. children's anti histamine like claritine if they ever get an allergy.
    maybe a cream
    aimed safe for kids for bites, scratches etc

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    Thanks, just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing anything.

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    I have those little plastic vials of saline in mine. Used it for lots of things when DD was a baby. Also, one of those nose sucker thingies. Baby balsam too. This stuff is more medicine cabinet-y rather than first aid-y but I keep all mine in the same box. Hope that helps

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    I always have burn aid cream in mine, that stuff is wonderful! I seem to always have to use it as I'm always burning my hand in the oven. Unfortunately I have also had to use it on DD wen she was approx 10 months as she stuck her hand into a friends cup of tea, after running under cold water I put the burn aid cream on it and it disappeared within hours.
    So yes other than kids panadol, a thermometer, fess nasal stuff, Vicks baby balm I would definitely recommend the Burn Aid!

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