☑️ Bottles
☑️ For breastfed babies – one large (250-260 ml) and one small (120-150 ml);
☑️ In a baby on artificial feeding – 2-3 large and one small
(It is preferable that the bottles in both cases (especially in the second) have a system against colic.);
☑️ Spare pacifiers for bottles with different openings – it is better to take with the growth of the baby and in accordance with his natural rhythm of development;
☑️ Pacifier – you may need to experiment with different shapes, sizes and materials according to your baby’s preference and comfort, but you should have one in the maternity ward to be sterilized beforehand;
☑️ Pacifier storage box – not essential (some pacifiers have lids);
☑️ Thermo box or thermo bag for transporting milk and water in bottles;
☑️ Thermos – to always have hot water available for your baby’s milk or tea;
☑️ Thermometer for measuring the baby’s temperature – digital thermometers are convenient;
also thermometers in the form of a pacifier;
☑️ Brush and comb or just a comb to remove baby mud (crusts) – in order for the comb to remove the crusts well and painlessly, it must be with balls on the tips;
☑️ Nasal aspirator

☑️Spoon – to give water to your baby after feeding without using a pacifier (in order not to be weaned prematurely);☑️ Anatomical earplugs – with them you can clean not only the ears and secretions from your baby’s nose;
☑️ Thermometer – water / air.Scissors / nail clippers (according to the mother’s preference) – the scissors should have blunt edges so as not to injure the baby;
☑️ Sterilizer;
☑️ Sterile pimple compresses;
☑️ Baby monitоr;
☑️ Heater .